Composing Interactive Music

Winkler presents both the technical and aesthetic possibilities of interactive music,an increasingly popular area of computer music.

Composing Interactive Music

Author: Todd Winkler

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 9780262731393

Page: 350

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Winkler presents both the technical and aesthetic possibilities of interactive music,an increasingly popular area of computer music.

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