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Selected Readings from Computer Music Journal
Edited by Curtis Roads

Since its inception in 1976, Computer Music Journal has led the field as the essential resource for musicians, composers, scientists, engineers, and computer enthusiasts interested in contemporary electronic music and computer-generated sound.

Perspectives on Music Cognition

This anthology provides an informative and timely introduction to ongoing research on music as a cognitive process, bringing a new coherence to the emerging science of musical activity.

Musical Applications of Object-Oriented Software Technology
Edited by Stephen Pope

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