New tool for an ancient art: The computer and music

@article{Craner1991NewTF,
  title={New tool for an ancient art: The computer and music},
  author={Paul M. Craner},
  journal={Computers and the Humanities},
  year={1991},
  volume={25},
  pages={303-313}
}
  • Paul M. Craner
  • Published 1991
  • Computer Science
  • Computers and the Humanities
This paper discusses the concept of a musician's workstation and a curriculum intended to teach musicians how computers can be used in the musical arts. The curriculum described is an extension of the upper-division of the B.A. in Electronic/Computer Music at San Francisco State 
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