Inside Computer Music is an investigation of how new technological developments have influenced the creative possibilities of composers of computer music in the last 50 years. This book combines detailed research into the development of computer music techniques with nine case studies that analyze key works in the musical and technical development of computer music. The book's companion website offers demonstration videos of the techniques used and downloadable software. There, readers can view interviews and test emulations of the software used by the composers for themselves. The software also presents musical analyses of each of the nine case studies to enable readers to engage with the musical structure aurally and interactively.
About the Author
Michael Clarke is Professor of Music at the University of Huddersfield, UK where he is currently Director of the IRiMaS project (Interactive Research in Music as Sound), funded by a European Research Council (ERC) Advanced Grant. Fr�d�ric Dufeu is Senior Research Fellow in Music and Music Technology at the University of Huddersfield and currently working on the IRiMaS project . Peter Manning is Emeritus Professor of Music at Durham University.