» » A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology: Instruments, Terms, Techniques

Download A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology: Instruments, Terms, Techniques fb2

by Richard Dobson
Download A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology: Instruments, Terms, Techniques fb2
Music
  • Author:
    Richard Dobson
  • ISBN:
    0193113449
  • ISBN13:
    978-0193113442
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press (May 7, 1992)
  • Pages:
    238 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Music
  • Language:
  • FB2 format
    1415 kb
  • ePUB format
    1709 kb
  • DJVU format
    1254 kb
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    896
  • Formats:
    lrf lrf txt mbr


some content may be lost due to the binding of the book.

Electronic music, Computer music. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press. some content may be lost due to the binding of the book. Canon EOS 5D Mark II.

A Dictionary Of Electr.

Until now, there has been no book to survey this burgeoning field objectively and insightfully or explain the transformations in instruments and the technology behind them.

oceedings{Dobson1992ADO, title {A Dictionary of electronic and computer music technology .

oceedings{Dobson1992ADO, title {A Dictionary of electronic and computer music technology : instruments, terms, techniques}, author {Richard Dobson}, year {1992} }. Richard Dobson. Until now, there has been no book to survey this burgeoning field objectively and insightfully or explain the transformations in instruments and the technology behind them.

Together, let's build an Open Library for the World. instruments, terms, techniques. A Dictionary of electronic and computer music technology. Are you sure you want to remove A Dictionary of electronic and computer music technology from your list? A Dictionary of electronic and computer music technology. Published 1992 by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York.

They may be free or require payment

Hard disk recording for musicians: a practical guide to computer-based sound, music, and multimedia production. A dictionary of electronic and computer music technology: instruments, terms, techniques.

Hard disk recording for musicians: a practical guide to computer-based sound, music, and multimedia production. Assessments designed to provide informal, on-module feedback Discussing project ideas and plan. Practice presentations Discussion of work progress in tutorials.

It is absolutely fantastic for computer music techniques. This is an awesome book for those who have taken acoustics and computer music classes

It is absolutely fantastic for computer music techniques. Recommend it to those interested in computer music. The book is extremely helpful. Here I mean simple terms such as sinusoids, amplitude, frequency, and the overtone series. Every chapter begins with a theoretical discussionof a particular topic. This is an awesome book for those who have taken acoustics and computer music classes. I had the author (Miller Puckett)for an acoustics class at UCSD, and he's a true genius in every form of the word. But like I said this is not for a beginner.

Dictionary of electronic and computer music technology : instruments, terms, techniques, Richard Dobson. Subjects: Musical instruments, Electronic. Electronic music-History and criticism.

Title: A Dictionary of electronic and computer music technology : instruments, terms, techniques, Richard Dobson. Publisher: Oxford University Press, 1992 Subjects: Electronic music -Dictionaries. Computer music -Dictionaries. Publisher: New York : Amsco Publications : Exclusive distributors Music Sales Corp.

Mobile version (beta). The Music Tech Dictionary: A Glossary of Audio-Related Terms and Technologies (Book). Download (pdf, . 8 Mb) Donate Read.

The rapid pace of technological development in electronic music has led to a plethora of instruments and systems. Until now, there has been no book to survey this burgeoning field objectively and insightfully or explain the transformations in instruments and the technology behind them. Assuming no prior knowledge on the part of the reader, Dobson introduces and explains this mass of technical information in clear, comprehensive entries dealing with common principles and techniques, such as those on the computer, electronic components, and synthesis. Specific products are then referred to as examples of a particular approach. This allows not only the links between instruments such as the sampler, synthesizer, sequencer, and signal processor to be examined, but also ensures that the text will not quickly become out-of-date. The DECMT thus works both as a reference work and as a tutorial text, moving from basic principles to specific examples. Included are entries on major commercial instruments and historical information on companies and individuals whose work has been central to the development of electronic instruments. Supplemented by three appendices, a general index, and one of instruments and manufacturers, A Dictionary of Electronic and Computer Music Technology will be indispensable for all composers, teachers, and performers in classical and popular music.