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PAPERS

Abel, Jonathan S. and Julius O. Smith. ``Restoring a Clipped Signal,'' Proc. IEEE Conf. Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, vol. ICASSP-91, Toronto, May, 1991.

Bauman, Marcia L.; Glendon R. Diener, and Max V. Mathews. ``The International Digital Electroacoustic Music Archive,'' In Proceedings of the 17th International Computer Music Conference, pages 501-504. Computer Music Association, 1991.

Berners, Chomyszyn, Cook, Jaffe, Moreno, Gillespie, Lopez-Lezcano, Pierce, Rocchesso, Scavone, Schloss, Smith and Van Duyne. ``CCRMA Papers Presented at the 1994 International Computer Music Conference Aarhus, Denmark,'' Stanford Department of Music Report No. STAN-M-89, September 1994.

Boie, Robert and Max Mathews. ``The Radio Drum as a Synthesizer Controller,'' Proceedings of the 1989 International Computer Music Conference, Ohio State University, 1989. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Borish, Jeffrey. ``An Auditorium Simulator for Home Use,'' Preprint of the Audio Engineering Society 74th Convention, 1983 October 8-12, New York.

Borish, Jeffrey. ``A Digital Delay Line,'' The Audio Amateur, 1/83:7-12, parts I and II.

Borish, Jeffrey. Electronic Simulation of Auditorium Acoustics. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-18, 1984. ( Borish, Jeffrey. ``Extension of the Image Model to Arbitrary Polyhedra,'' Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 75(6):1827-1836, 1984.

Borish, Jeffrey and James B. Angell. ``An Efficient Algorithm for Measuring the Impulse Response Using Pseudorandom Noise,'' Journal of the Audio Engineering Society, 31(7):478-488, July/August 1983.

Bosi, Marina. ``A Real-Time System for Spatial Distribution of Sound,'' Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-66, Stanford University, August 1990.

Chafe, Chris. ``Bowed String Synthesis and Its Control From a Physical Model,'' Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-32, Stanford University, July 1985. (replaced by STAN-M-48)

Chafe, Chris. ``Simulating Performance on a Bowed Instrument,'' Published in Current Directions in Computer Music, Pierce and Mathews, ed. MIT Press, 1989. also published as Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-48, Stanford University, 1988.

Chafe, Chris. ``Pulsed Noise in Self-Sustained Oscillations of Musical Instruments,'' To be published in Proceedings of IEEE ICASSP Conference in Albuquerque, April 1990. Also published as Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-61, Stanford University, January 1990.

Chafe, Chris. ``Pulsed Noise and Microtransients in Physical Models of Musical Instruments,'' Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-65, Stanford University, September 1990.

Chafe, Chris. ``Dream Machine 1990,'' Computer Music Journal 15(4):62-64, 1991. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Chafe, Chris. ``Tactile Audio Feedback,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,Tokyo 1993 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-81, Stanford University, December 1993.

Chafe, Chris and David Jaffe. ``Source Separation and Note Identification in Polyphonic Music,'' Proceedings of IEEE ICASSP Conference in Tokyo, April 1986. Also published Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-34, Stanford University, April 1986. Chafe, Chris; David Jaffe, Kyle Kashima, Bernard Mont-Reynaud, and Julius Smith. ``Techniques for Note Identification in Polyphonic Music,'' Proceedings of the ICMC, 1985. also published as Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-29, Stanford University, April 1986.

Chafe, Chris; Julius Smith, and Patte Wood. ``Current Work at CCRMA: An Overview,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, The Hague, 1986. (out of print)

Chafe, Chris, Bernard Mont-Reynaud, and Loren Rush. ``Toward an Intelligent Editor of Digital Audio: Recognition of Musical Constructs,'' Computer Music Journal 6(1):30-41, 1982.

Chafe, Chris, et. al. ``Physical Modeling and Signal Processing: CCRMA Papers Presented at the 1993 International Computer Music Conference,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-81, Stanford University, December 1993.

Chowning, John M. ``The Simulation of Moving Sound Sources,'' Preprint of the Audio Engineering Society 38th Convention 1970, May 4-7, New York.

Chowning, John M. ``The Stanford Computer Music Project,'' Numus-West 1, 1972. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Chowning, John M. ``Computer synthesis of the singing voice,'' In Johan Sundberg, ed. Sound Generation in Winds, Strings, Computers. Stockholm: Royal Swedish Academy of Music, 1980, pp. 4-13.

``John Chowning on Composition,'' Interview by Curtis Roads. In Curtis Roads, Ed. 1985. Composers and the Computer. Los Altos, California: William Kaufmann, Inc. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Chowning, John M. ``The Synthesis of Complex Audio Spectra by Means of Frequency Modulation,'' Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 21(7):526-534, 1973. Reprinted in Curtis Roads and John Strawn, eds. Foundations of Computer Music. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1985.

Chowning, John M. ``Music From Machines: Perceptual Fusion and Auditory Perspective - for Ligeti,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-64, March 1990. ( [IMAGE] 4.00)

Chowning, John M. and David Bristow. FM Theory and Applications. Yamaha Music Foundation, Tokyo, Japan 1986. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Chowning, John M., Chris Chafe, John W. Gordon, and Patte Wood. ``Studio Report: The Stanford Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics,'' Presented at the 1982 International Computer Music Conference, Venice, Italy.

Chowning, John M.; John M. Grey, Loren Rush, James A. Moorer, and Leland Smith. ``Simulation of Music Instrument Tones in Reverberant Environments, Final Report,'' Stanford, California: Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-8, 1978

Chowning, John M.; John M. Grey, Loren Rush, and James A. Moorer. ``Computer Simulation of Music Instrument Tones in Reverberant Environments,'' Stanford, California: Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-1, 1974.

Chowning, John M., and Christopher Sheeline. ``Auditory Distance Perception Under Natural Sounding Conditions, Final Report,'' Stanford, California: Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-12, 1982.

Chowning, John M.; John M. Grey, James A. Moorer, and Loren Rush. ``Instrumental Timbre and Related Acoustical Phenomena in the Perception of Music, Final Report,'' Stanford, California: Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-11, 1982. Chowning, John M., Loren Rush, Bernard Mont-Reynaud, Chris Chafe, Andy Schloss, and Julius Smith. ``Intelligent Systems for the Analysis of Digitized Acoustic Signals, Final Report,'' Stanford, California: Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report, STAN-M-15, 1984.

Chowning, John M. and Bernard Mont-Reynaud. ``Intelligent Analysis of Composite Acoustic Signals Signals,'' Stanford, California: Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report, STAN-M-36, May 1986. Cook, Perry R. ``Numerical Solution of Boundary Value Problems in Music Acoustics,'' Published in IEEE 1986 Student Papers, 1987.

Cook, Perry R. ``Implementation of Single Reed Instruments with Arbitrary Bore Shapes Using Digital Waveguide Filters,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-50, May 1988.

Cook, Perry R. ``Reverberation Cancellation in Musical Signals Using Adaptive Filters,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-51, (originally published June 1987), May 1988.

Cook, Perry R. ``Synthesis of the Singing Voice Using a Physically Parameterized Model of the Human Vocal Tract,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Ohio 1989 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-57, August 1989.

Cook, Perry R. ``Identification of Control Parameters in an Articulatory Vocal Tract Model, with Applications to the Synthesis of Singing,'' Ph.D. Thesis, Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-68, December 1990.

Cook, Perry R. ``Noise and Aperiodicity in the Glottal Source: A Study of Singer Voices,'' Twelfth International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Aix-en-Provence, France, August, 1991 also as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-75.

Cook, Perry R. ``Non-Linear Periodic Prediction for On-Line Identification of Oscillator Characteristics in Woodwind Instruments,'' published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Montreal 1991 and in CCRMA Papers on Physical Modeling from the 1991 International Computer Music Conference, Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-73, Stanford University, October 1991.

Cook, Perry R. ``TBone: An Interactive WaveGuide Brass Instrument Synthesis Workbench for the NeXT Machine,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Montreal 1991 and in CCRMA Papers on Physical Modeling from the 1991 International Computer Music Conference, Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-73, Stanford University, October 1991.

Cook, Perry R. ``LECTOR: An Ecclesiastical Latin Control Language for the SPASM/Singer Instrument,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Montreal 1991 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-76, Stanford University, October 1991.

Cook, Perry R. ``A Meta-Wind-Instrument Physical Model, and a Meta-Controller for Real-Time Performance Control,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, San Jose 1992 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-80, Stanford University, October 1992.

Cook, Perry R. and Dexter Morrill. ``Hardware, Software, and Compositional Tools for a Real Time Improvised Solo Trumpet Work,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Ohio 1989 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-56, August 1989.

Cook, Perry R. et. al. ``CCRMA Papers on Physical Modeling from the 1991 International Computer Music Conference,'' Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-73, Stanford University, October 1991.

Cook, Perry R.; D. Morrill, and J. O. Smith. ``A MIDI Control and Performance System for Brass Instruments,'' published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,Tokyo 1993 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-81, Stanford University, December 1993.

Cook, Perry R.; D. Kamarotos, T. Diamantopoulos, and G. Philippis. ``IGDIS (Instrument for Greek DIction and Singing): A Modern Greek Text to Speech/Singing Program for the SPASM/Singer Instrument,'' published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,Tokyo 1993 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-81, Stanford University, December 1993.

Cook, Perry R., et. al. ``Physical Modeling and Signal Processing: CCRMA Papers Presented at the 1992 International Computer Music Conference,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-80, Stanford University, October 1992.

Deutsch, Diana and John Pierce. ``The Climate of Auditory Imagery and Music,'' In Auditory Imagery, Daniel Reisberg ed., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, New Jersey 1992. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Diener, Glendon. ``TTREES: An Active Data Structure for Computer Music,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-53, May 1988.

Diener, Glendon. ``TTrees: A tool for the Compositional Environment,'' Computer Music Journal, 13(2):77-85,1989.

Diener, Glendon. ``NUTATION: Structural Organization Versus Graphical Generality in a Common Music Notation Program,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,Ohio 1989 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-59, September 1989.

Diener, Glendon. Modeling Music Notation: A Three-Dimensional Approach. Ph.D. Dissertation, Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-69, December 1990.

Dyer, Lounette. An Object-Oriented Real-Time Simulation of Music Performance Using Interactive Control. Ph.D. Thesis - Cal Tech, Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-78, December 1991.

Foster, Scott; W. Andrew Schloss, and A. J. Rockmore. ``Toward an Intelligent Editor of Digital Audio: Signal Processing Methods,'' Computer Music Journal 6(1):42-51, 1982.

Friedlander, Benjamin and Julius O. Smith. ``Analysis and Performance Evaluation of an Adaptive Notch Filter,'' IEEE Transactions on Information Theory IT-30(2):283-295, 1984.

Garnett, Guy E. ``Modeling Piano Sound Using Waveguide Digital Filtering Techniques,'' Proc. 1987 Int. Conf. Computer Music, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, Computer Music Assoc., 1987.

Garnett, Guy E. ``Designing Digital Instruments with Hierarchical Waveguide Networks,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-49, May 1988.

Garnett, Guy E. and Bernard Mont-Reynaud. ``Hierarchical Waveguide Networks,'' Proceedings of the ICMC 1988 :297-312, Computer Music Association, 1988.

Gillespie, Brent. ``Dynamical Modeling of the Grand Piano Action,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, San Jose 1992 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-80, Stanford University, October 1992.

Gillespie, Brent ``The Touchback Keyboard,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, San Jose 1992 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-80, Stanford University, October 1992.

Gordon, John W. Perception of Attack Transients in Musical Tones. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Music, Stanford University, Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-17, 1984.

Gordon, John W. ``System Architecture for Computer Music,'' Computing Surveys, 17(2):192-233, June 1985.

Gordon, John W. and John M. Grey. ``Perception of Spectral Modifications on Orchestral Instrument Tones,'' Computer Music Journal 2(1):24-31, 1978.

Gordon, John W. ``The Perceptual Attack Time of Musical Tones,'' JASA 82(1):88-105, July 1987.

Gordon, John W. ``The Role of Psychoacoustics in Computer Music,'' Stanford University, Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-38, 1987.

Gordon, John W., and John Strawn. ``An Introduction to the Phase Vocoder,'' In John Strawn, Ed. 1985. Digital Audio Signal Processing: An Anthology. Los Altos, California: William Kaufmann. Also published as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-55, February 1987.

Gordon, John W. and Julius O. Smith. ``A Sine Generation Algorithm for VLSI Applications,'' Proceedings of the 1985 International Computer Music Conference,Vancouver, Canada, published by the Computer Music Association, 1985.

Grey, John M. ``An Exploration of Musical Timbre,'' Ph. D. Dissertation, Department of Psychology, Stanford University. Department of Music Report STAN-M-2, 1975.

Grey, John M. ``Multidimensional Perceptual Scaling of Musical Timbres,'' Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 61(5):1270-1277, 1977.

Grey, John M. and John W. Gordon. ``Perceptual Effects of Spectral Modifications on Musical Timbres,'' Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 63(5):1493-1500, 1977.

Grey, John M., and James A. Moorer. ``Perceptual Evaluation of Synthetic Music Instrument Tones,'' Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 62:454-462, 1977.

Grey, John M. ``Experiments in the Perception of Instrumental Timbre,'' Invited Paper. Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education, December 1977. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Grey, John M. ``Timbre discrimination in musical patterns,'' Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 64(2):467-472, 1978.

Hirschman, Suzanne. ``Digital Waveguide Modeling and Simulation of Reed Woodwind Instruments,'' Engineering Thesis, Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-72, July 1991.

Hirschman, Suzanne; Perry R. Cook, and Julius O. Smith. ``Digital Waveguide Modeling and Simulation of Reed Woodwind Instruments: An Interactive Development Environment on the NeXT Computer,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,Montreal 1991 and in CCRMA Papers on Physical Modeling from the 1991 International Computer Music Conference, Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-73, Stanford University, October 1991.

Jaffe, David. ``A Synthesizer Debugger,'' Proceedings of the 1983 International Computer Music Conference, Computer Music Association, pp. 110-112, Rochester, NY, 1983.

Jaffe, David. ``Ensemble Timing in Computer Music,'' Proceedings of the 1984 International Computer Music Conference, 1985. Also available as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-23, October 1984.

Jaffe, David. ``Spectrum Analysis Tutorial - Parts I and II,'' Computer Music Journal 11(2):9-24 and 11(3), 1987. Also published as Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-33, Revised 1987.

Jaffe, David. ``An Overview of the NeXT Music Kit,'' Proceedings of the 1989 International Computer Music Conference, Columbus, OH, Computer Music Association, pp. 135-138, Columbus, Ohio, 1989.

Jaffe, David. ``Efficient Dynamic Resource Management on Multiple DSPs, as Implemented in the NeXT Music Kit,'' Proceedings of the 1990 International Computer Music Conference, Computer Music Association, pp. 188-190, Glasgow, Scotland, September 1990.

Jaffe, David. ``Musical and Extra-Musical Applications of the NeXT Music Kit,'' Proceedings of the 1991 International Computer Music Conference, Computer Music Association, pp. 521-524, Montreal, Canada, October 1991.

Jaffe, David. ``The Computer-Extended Ensemble,'' LULU, Revista de teorias y tecnicas musicales, 1(2), Buenos Aires, Argentina. 1993. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Jaffe, David and Lee Boynton. ``An Overview of the Sound and Music Kits for the NeXT Computer,'' Computer Music Journal 14(2):48-55, 1989.

Jaffe, D. and A. Schloss. ``The Computer-Extended Ensemble,'' Computer Music Journal, 18(2):78-86, 1994.

Jaffe, David and A. Schloss. ``The Making of Wildlife,'' Proceedings of the 1992 International Computer Music Conference, San Jose, CA, Computer Music Association, 1992.

Jaffe, David A. and Julius O. Smith. ``Extensions of the Karplus-Strong Plucked-String Algorithm,'' Computer Music Journal 7(2):56-69, 1983.

Jaffe, David and J. Smith ``Real Time Sound Processing and Synthesis on Multiple DSPs Using the Music Kit and the Ariel QuintProcessor,'' Proceedings of the 1993 ICMC, Computer Music Association, Tokyo, Japan, September 1993.

``An Interview with David A. Jaffe,'' By Ricardo Dal Farra. Interface Magazine, 2(4):335-342, 1993. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Karplus, Kevin and Alex Strong. ``Digital Synthesis of Plucked-String and Drum Timbres,'' Computer Music Journal 7(2):43-55, 1983.

Keislar, Douglas. ``Software for Real-Time Microtonal Control,'' Proceedings of the ICMC, 1986.

Keislar, Douglas. ``History and Principles of Microtonal Keyboards,'' Computer Music Journal, 11(1):18-28, 1987.

Keislar, Douglas. ``History and Principles of Microtonal Keyboard Design,'' Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-45, April 1988. Keislar, Douglas. Psychoacoustic Factors in Musical Intonation: Beats, Interval Tuning, and Inharmonicity. Ph.D. Thesis, Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-70, March 1991.

Knapp, R. B. and H. S.Lusted. ``A Real-time Digital Signal Processing System for Bioelectric Control of Music,'' IEEE Proc. International. Conf. Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, Vol. 5, pp. 2556-2558, 1988.

Knapp, R. B. and H. S.Lusted. ``Bioelectric Controller for Computer Music Applications,'' Computer Music Journal, vol 14, no. 1, pp. 42-47, 1990.

Lakatos, Stephen. ``Recognition of Complex Auditory-Spatial Patterns,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-71, June 1991.

Lakatos, Stephen. ``Temporal Constraints on Apparent Motion in Auditory Space,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-74, November 1991.

LeBrun, Marc. ``Notes on Microcomputer Music,'' Computer Music Journal 1(2):30-35, 1977.

LeBrun, Marc. ``Digital Waveshaping Synthesis,'' Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 27(4):250-266, 1979.

LeBrun, Marc. ``A Derivation of the Spectrum of FM with a Complex Modulating Wave,'' Computer Music Journal 1(4):51-52, 1977. Reprinted in Curtis Roads and John Strawn, eds. Foundations of Computer Music. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1985.

Lo, David Yee-On. ``Techniques for Timbral Interpolation,'' Proceedings of the ICMC, Computer Music Association, 1986.

Lo, David Yee-On. ``Towards a Theory of Timbre,'' Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Hearing and Speech, Stanford University, 1987. Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-42, 1987.

Loy, D. Gareth. ``Notes on the Implementation of MUSBOX: a Compiler for the Systems Concepts Digital Synthesizer,'' Computer Music Journal 5(1):34-50, 1981.

Lusted, H. S. and R. B. Knapp. ``Biomuse: Musical Performance Generated by Human Bioelectric Signals,'' J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., vol. 84, suppl. 1, p. 179, 1988.

Lusted, H. S. and R. B. Knapp. ``Music produced by Human Bioelectric Signals,'' Abstr. AAAS 155th Nat'l. Meeting, San Francisco, p. 139, Jan. 1989.

Lusted, H. S. and R. B. Knapp. ``Musical Performance by the Handicapped Generated from Bioelectric Signals,'' J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., vol. 87, suppl. 1, p. 41, 1990.

Marks, Joseph and John Polito. ``Modeling Piano Tones,'' Proceedings of the ICMC. Computer Music Association, 1986.

McAdams, Stephen. Spectral Fusion, Spectral Parsing and the Formation of Auditory Images. Ph.D. Thesis Department of Hearing and Speech, Stanford University, Stanford California, May 1984. Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-22.

McAdams, Stephen and Albert Bregman. ``Hearing Musical Streams,'' Computer Music Journal 3(4):26-43, 60, 1979. Reprinted in Curtis Roads and John Strawn, eds. Foundations of Computer Music. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1985.

McNabb, M. ``Computer Music: Some Aesthetic Considerations,'' In The Language of Electroacoustic Music. edited by Simon Emmerson, Harwood Academic Publishers, N.Y. 1986. (Not available from CCRMA.)

McNabb, M. ``Dreamsong : The Composition,'' Computer Music Journal 5(4):36-53, 1981.

Mathews, Max. ``Pickups for the Vibrations of Violin and Guitar Strings Using Piezoelectric Bimorphic Bender Elements,'' Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report Stan-M-54, May 1988.

Mathews, Max.``The Radio Baton and Conductor Program, or: Pitch, the Most Important and Least Expressive Part of Music,'' Computer Music Journal 15(4):37-46, 1991. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Mathews, Max V. and D. L. Barr. ``The Conductor Program and Mechanical Baton,'' STAN-M-47, May 1988.

Mathews, Max V. and John R. Pierce. ``The Computer as a Musical Instrument,'' Scientific American 255(2):126-133, STAN-M-37, Feb 1987. Mathews, Max V. and John R. Pierce. ``The Acquisition of Musical Percepts with a New Scale,'' Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-40, July 1987.

Mellinger, David K.; Guy E. Garnett, and Bernard Mont-Reynaud. ``Virtual Digital Signal Processing in an Object-Oriented Environment,'' Computer Music Journal, June 1988.

Mellinger, David K. and Bernard Mont-Reynaud. ``Sound Explorer: A Workbench for Investigating Source Separation,'' it Proceedings of the ICMC 1991 :90-94, Computer Music Association, 1991.

Mellinger, David K. Event Formation and Separation in Musical Sound. Ph.D. Thesis Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, Stanford California, December 1991. Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-77.

Mont-Reynaud, Bernard. ``Problem-Solving Strategies in a Music Transcription System,'' IJCAI Proceedings 1985 916-918, Los Angeles, CA.

Mont-Reynaud, Bernard. ``Pattern Recognition Problems in Music,'' Presented at the AI East conference '87 in Atlantic City. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Mont-Reynaud, Bernard and Roger Dannenberg. ``Following an Improvisation in Real Time,'' Proceedings of the ICMC 1987:241-248, Computer Music Association, 1987.

Mont-Reynaud, Bernard and Emmanuel Gresset. ``PRISM: Pattern Recognition in Sound and Music,'' Proceedings of the ICMC 1990 :153-155, Computer Music Association, 1990.

Moreno, Enrique I. Expanded Tunings in Contemporary Music: Theoretical Innovations and Practical Applications. Lewiston, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press, 1992. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Moreno, Enrique I. The Existence of Unexplored Dimensions of Pitch: Expanded Chromas. Proceedings of the 1992 International Computer Music Conference San Jose, California, 1992.

Moreno, Enrique I. A Visual Model for Embedded Chroma Spaces. Proceedings of the 1994 International Computer Music Conference Aarhus, Denmark, 1994.

Mont-Reynaud, Bernard and Mark Goldstein. ``On Finding Rhythmic Patterns in Musical Lines,'' ICMC '85 Proceedings, Vancouver B.C. 391-397

Mont-Reynaud, Bernard and David K. Mellinger. ``Source Separation by Frequency Co-modulation,'' Proc. First International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, Kyoto, Japan, October 1988. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Moore, F. Richard. ``Table Lookup Noise for Sinusoidal Digital Oscillators,'' Computer Music Journal 1(2):26-29, 1977. Reprinted in Curtis Roads and John Strawn, eds. Foundations of Computer Music. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1985.

Moore, F. Richard. ``An Introduction to the Mathematics of Digital Signal Processing,'' Part I. Computer Music Journal 2(1):38-47. Part II. Computer Music Journal 2(2):38-60, 1978. Reprinted in John Strawn, Ed. 1985. Digital Audio Signal Processing: An Anthology. Los Altos, California: William Kaufmann, Inc.

Moore, F. Richard. ``Real Time Interactive Computer Music Synthesis,'' Ph. D. Dissertation, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-7, 1977. Moorer, James A. ``The Digital Coding of High-Quality Musical Sound,'' Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 27(9):657-666, 1979. Moorer, James A, with the Editors of Computer Music Journal. ``How Does a Computer Make Music?'' Computer Music Journal 2(1):32-37, 1978.

Moorer, James A. ``The Heterodyne Filter as a Tool for Analysis of Transient Waveforms,'' Report No. STAN-CS-73-379. Stanford University: Computer Science Department, 1973.

Moorer, James A. ``Music and Computer Composition,'' Communications of the ACM 15(2), 1972.

Moorer, James A. ``The Optimum Comb Method of Pitch Period Analysis of Continuous Digitized Speech,'' IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing ASSP-22(5):330-338, 1974.

Moorer, James A.``On the Loudness of Complex, Time-Variant Tones,'' Stanford University: Department of Music Report No. STAN-M-4, 1975.

Moorer, James A. ``On the Segmentation and Analysis of Continuous Musical Sound by Digital Computer,'' Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Computer Science, Stanford University, 1975. Department of Music Report STAN-M-3.

Moorer, James A. ``The Synthesis of Complex Audio Spectra by Means of Discrete Summation Formulae,'' Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 24:717-727, 1976. also published as Stanford University Department of Music Report No. STAN-M-5, December 1975.

Moorer, James A. ``On the Transcription of Musical Sound by Computer,'' Computer Music Journal 1(4):32-38, 1977.

Moorer, James A. ``The Use of the Phase Vocoder in Computer Music Applications,'' Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 26(1/2):42-45, 1978.

Moorer, James A. ``The Use of Linear Prediction of Speech in Computer Music Applications,'' Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 27(3):134-140, 1979.

Moorer, James A. ``Synthesizers I Have Known and Loved,'' Computer Music Journal 5(1):4-12, 1981.

Moorer, James A. ``Signal Processing Aspects of Computer Music - A Survey,'' Proceedings of the IEEE 65(8):1108-1137, 1977. Reprinted in John Strawn, Ed. 1985. Digital Audio Signal Processing: An Anthology. Los Altos, California: William Kaufmann.

Moorer, James A. ``About this Reverberation Business,'' Computer Music Journal 3(2):13-28, 1979. Reprinted in Curtis Roads and John Strawn, eds. Foundations of Computer Music. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1985.

Moorer, James A. ``Data Reduction Techniques for High-Quality Digitized Audio,'' Preprint of the Audio Engineering Society 62nd Convention 1979, March 13-16, Brussels, Belgium.

Moorer, James A.; John M. Grey, and John Snell. ``Lexicon of Analyzed Tones. Part 1: A Violin Tone,'' Computer Music Journal 1(2):39-45, 1977.

Moorer, James A.; John M. Grey, and John Strawn. ``Lexicon of Analyzed Tones. Part 2: Clarinet and Oboe Tones,'' Computer Music Journal 1(3):12-29, 1977.

Moorer, James A.; John M. Grey, and John Strawn. ``Lexicon of Analyzed Tones. Part 3: The Trumpet,'' Computer Music Journal 2(2):23-31, 1978. Muller, Carl. ``Measurement of Reverberation Time in the Variable Reverberation Time Room,'' ATR Technical Report TR-A-0076, ATR Auditory and Visual Perception Research Laboratories, Kyoto, Japan, March 3, 1990.

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``The Need for Essential Improvements in the Machine-Composer Interface Used for the Composition of Electroacoustic Computer Music,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, The Hague, 1986.

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``The PGG Environment for Music Composition - a Proposal,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Urbana, Illinois, 1987.

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``DMIX: An Environment for Composition,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Columbus, Ohio, 1988. also published as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-60, May 1989. (Replaced by STAN-M-83)

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``The P-G-G environment for Music Composition,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Illinois, 1987.

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``Towards a Better Software-Design for Supporting Creative Musical Activity (CMA),'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Montreal, Canada, 1991. Also published as Stanford Music Department Report STAN-M-84, 1993.

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``SHADOW: An Object-Oriented Performance-System for the DMIX Environment,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Montreal, Canada, 1991.

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``Compositional Tools for Adding Expression to Music,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,San Jose, California, 1992. Also published as Stanford Music Department Report STAN-M-82, 1993.

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``DMIX - A Multi Faceted Environment for Composing and Performing Computer Music: its Philosophy, Design, and Implementation,'' Fourth Biennial Arts and Technology Symposium, Connecticut. Also published as Stanford Music Department Report STAN-M-83, Supersedes STAN-M-60, 1993.

Oppenheim, Daniel V. ``Slappability: A New Metaphor for Human Computer Interaction,'' In: Music Education: An Artificial Intelligence Perspective, published by Springer Verlag, London, 1993. Also published as Stanford Music Department Report STAN-M-85, 1993.

Oppenheim, D. and T. Anderson, et al. ``Perceptually Meaningful Parameters: An Object-Oriented Technique for their Specification and Interpretation,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference, Tokyo, Japan, 1993.

Pierce, John R. The Science of Musical Sound. Scientific American Books, W. H. Freeman and Co., New York, 1983. (hardback - out of print; see paperback listed below)

Pierce, John R. ``Periodicity and Pitch Perception,'' J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 90, 1889-1893, 1991.

Pierce, John R. ``Rate, Place, and Pitch with Tonebursts,'' Music Perception 7(3): 205-212, Spring 1990.

Pierce, John R. ``Surprises and Music,'' Computer Music Journal 15(4):31, 1991. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Pierce, John R. The Science of Musical Sound, W. H. Freeman, New York, 1992. ( [IMAGE] 14.95 - paperback - not available from CCRMA)

Pierce, John R., and Earl D. Schubert. ``High Level Factors and the Musical Saliency of Auditory Phenomena,'' Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-41, July 1987.

Roads, Curtis, and John Strawn. 1985. Foundations of Computer Music. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Samson, Peter R. ``A General-Purpose Digital Synthesizer,'' Journal of the Audio Engineering Society 28(3):106-113, 1980.

Schloss, W. Andrew. On the Automatic Transcription of Percussive Music - From Acoustic Signal to High-Level Analysis. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Hearing and Speech, Stanford University, Stanford California, May 1985. Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-27. Schottstaedt, Bill. ``The Simulation of Natural Instrument Tones using Frequency Modulation with a Complex Modulating Wave,'' Computer Music Journal 1(4):46-50, 1977. Reprinted in Curtis Roads and John Strawn, eds. Foundations of Computer Music. Cambridge, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 1985.

Schottstaedt, Bill. Automatic Species Counterpoint. Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-19, May 1984.

Schottstaedt, Bill. ``Pla: A Composer's Idea of a Language,'' Computer Music Journal 7(1):11-20, 1983.

Schottstaedt, Bill. PLA - A Tutorial and Reference Manual. Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-24, December 1984.

Schottstaedt, Bill. ``CLM: Music V Meets Common Lisp,'' Computer Music Journal 18(2):30-37, 1994.

Schumacher, Robert T. and Chris Chafe. ``Characterization of Aperiodicity in Nearly Periodic Signals,'' Published in Proceedings of IEEE ICASSP Conference in Albuquerque, April 1990. Also published as Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-62, Stanford University, December 1989.

Serra, Xavier. ``A Computer Model for Bar Percussion Instruments,'' Proceedings of the 1986 International Computer Music Conference, Computer Music Association, 1986. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Serra, Xavier. ``An Environment for the Analysis, Transformation and Resynthesis of Music Sounds,'' Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-52, May 1988.

Serra, Xavier. ``A Computer Model for Bar Percussion Instruments,'' Proceedings of the 1986 International Computer Music Conference, Computer Music Association, 1986. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Serra, Xavier. A System for Sound Analysis/Transformation/Synthesis Based on a Deterministic Plus Stochastic Decomposition. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Music, Stanford University, Stanford California, October 1989. Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-58.

Serra, Xavier and Julius O. Smith, ``Spectral Modeling Synthesis: A Sound Analysis/Synthesis System Based on a Deterministic plus Stochastic Decomposition,'' Computer Music Journal, 14(4):12-24, 1990.

Serra, Xavier and Patte Wood. ``OVERVIEW, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (Recent Work),'' Stanford Music Department Technical Report STAN-M-44, March 1988. (out of print)

Sheeline, Christopher. An Investigation of the Effects of Direct and Reverberant Signal Interactions on Auditory Distance Perception. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Hearing and Speech, Stanford University, Stanford California, November 1982. Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-13.

Smith, Julius O. ``Digital Signal Processing Committee, IEEE Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing Society: Programs for Digital Signal Processing'' (Book Review). Computer Music Journal 5(2):62-66, 1981.

Smith, Julius O. and J. B. Allen. ``Variable Bandwidth Adaptive Delta Modulation,'' Bell System Technical Journal 60(5):719-737, May-June 1981.

Smith, Julius O. and James B. Angell. ``A Constant-Gain Digital Resonator Tuned by a Single Coefficient,'' Computer Music Journal 6(4):36-40, 1982.

Smith, Julius O. ``Synthesis of Bowed Strings,'' Presented at the 1982 International Computer Music Conference, Venice, Italy, 1982. Proceedings of the 1982 International Computer Music Conference, T. Blum and J. Strawn, eds., Computer Music Association., San Francisco, 1983.

Smith, Julius O. ``An Allpass Approach to Digital Phasing and Flanging,'' Proceedings of the 1982 International Computer Music Conference. Also available as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-21, 1982.

Smith, Julius O.; J. W. Gordon, D. A. Jaffe, B. Mont-Reynaud, A. Schloss, W. Schottstaedt, and P. Wieneke, ``Recent Research in Computer Music at CCRMA,'' CmpCon Proc., pp. 35-39, IEEE Computer Soc., San Francisco, Feb. 1982. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Smith, Julius O. Techniques for Digital Filter Design and System Identification with Application to the Violin. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-14, 1983.

Smith, Julius O. ``Spectral Pre-Processing for Audio Digital Filter Design,'' Proc. 1983 Int. Computer Music Conference, Rochester, NY., R. Gross, ed., Computer Music Assoc., San Francisco, 1984.

Smith, Julius O.; M. Gutknecht, and L. N. Trefethen. ``The Caratheodory-Fejer (CF) Method for Recursive Digital Filter Design,'' IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing. 31(6):1417-1426, 1983.

Smith, Julius O. and Phil Gossett. ``A Flexible Sampling-Rate Conversion Method,'' Proceedings (2): 19.4.1-19.4.4, IEEE Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, San Diego, March 1984.

Smith, Julius O. and Benjamin Friedlander. ``Global Convergence of the Constant Modulus Algorithm,'' Proceedings 30.5.1-30.5.4, IEEE Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, San Diego, March 1984.

Smith, Julius O. ``An Introduction to Digital Filter Theory,'' In J. Strawn, Ed. 1985. Digital Audio Signal Processing: An Anthology. Los Altos, CA: William Kaufmann. Also available as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-20, April 1985.

Smith, Julius O. ``A New Approach to Digital Reverberation using Closed Waveguide Networks,'' Proc. 1985 Int. Conf. Computer Music, Vancouver Canada, Computer Music Assoc., 1985. Music Dept. Tech. Rep. STAN-M-31, Stanford University, July 1985.

Smith, Julius O. and Benjamin Friedlander. ``Adaptive, Interpolated Time-Delay Estimation,'' IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 21(2)180-199, March 1985.

Smith, Julius O. and Benjamin Friedlander. ``Adaptive Multipath Time-Delay Estimation,'' IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, 21(2)180-199, March 1985.

Smith, Julius O. ``Elimination of Limit Cycles and Overflow Oscillations in Time-Varying Lattice and Ladder Digital Filters,'' Music Dept. Tech. Rep. STAN-M-35, Stanford University, May 1986. Also in Proc. IEEE Conf. Circuits and Systems , San Jose, May 1986.

Smith, Julius O. ``Efficient Simulation of the Reed-Bore and Bow-String Mechanisms,'' Proceedings of the 1986 International Computer Music Conference. Computer Music Association, 1986.

Smith, Julius O. ``Waveguide Filter Tutorial,'' Proceedings of the 1987 International Computer Music Conference. Computer Music Association, 1987.

Smith, Julius O. ``Music Applications of Digital Waveguides,'' Music Department Technical Report STAN-M-39, 1987. ( [IMAGE] 8.00) (This compendium contains the 1985 reverberation paper, the two 1986 papers, a general chapter on Waveguide Digital Filters, and copies of presentation viewgraphs.)

Smith, Julius O. and Xavier Serra. ``PARSHL: A Program for the Analysis/Synthesis of Inharmonic Sounds Based on a Sinusoidal Representation,'' Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference 1987. Urbana, Illinois, 1987. Also Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-43, August 1987.

Smith, Julius O.; David Jaffe, and Lee Boynton. ``Music System Architecture on the NeXT Computer,'' Proceedings of the 1989 Audio Engineering Society Conference. Los Angeles, California, 1989. (Included in the Music Kit distribution.)

Smith, Julius O. ``Efficient Yet Accurate Models for Strings and Air Columns using Sparse Lumping of Distributed Losses and Dispersion,'' Colloquium on Physical Modeling, Grenoble 1990. (Largely superseded by ``Physical Modeling Using Digital Waveguides,'' 1992, listed below.)

Smith, Julius O. ``Systems Theory in Musical Acoustics,'' Invited paper, Acoustical Society of America, San Diego, 1990. (Fully superseded by ``Physical Modeling Using Digital Waveguides,'' 1992, listed below.)

Smith, Julius O. ``Viewpoints on the History of Digital Synthesis,'' Keynote Paper, ICMC-91, Montreal, Canada. Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,Montreal 1991 and in CCRMA Papers on Physical Modeling from the 1991 International Computer Music Conference, Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-73, Stanford University, October 1991.

Smith, Julius O. ``Waveguide Simulation of Non-Cylindrical Acoustic Tubes,'' ICMC-91, Montreal, CAN. Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,Montreal 1991 and in CCRMA Papers on Physical Modeling from the 1991 International Computer Music Conference, Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-73, Stanford University, October 1991.

Smith, Julius O. ``Signal Processing Techniques in Music Synthesis Based on a Physical Model,'' Invited paper, Acoustical Society of America, Houston, 1991. (Fully superseded by ``Physical Modeling Using Digital Waveguides,'' listed below.)

Smith, Julius O. ``Physical Modeling Using Digital Waveguides,'' Computer Music J. , Special Issue on Physical Modeling, Part I, vol. 16, no. 4, pp. 74-91, Winter 1992.

Smith, Julius O. ``Bandlimited Interpolation - Introduction and Algorithm,'' Invited paper, Acoustical Society of America, New Orleans, Nov. 1992. (Expanded version of the 1984 paper with Phil Gossett.)

Smith, Julius O. ``Efficient Synthesis of Stringed Musical Instruments,'' Proc., International Computer Music Conf., September, 1993, Tokyo and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-81, Stanford University, December 1993.

Smith, Julius O. ``Use of Commutativity in Simplifying Acoustic Simulations,'' Proc., IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics , October, 1993, New York. (Largely a subset of the ICMC-93 paper.)

Smith, Julius O. and Jonathan S. Abel. ``Closed-Form Least-Squares Location Estimation from Range-Difference Measurements,'' IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing. 35(12):1661-1669, Dec. 1987. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Smith, Julius O., Perry R. Cook, and Suzanne E. Hirschman ``CCRMA papers on Physical Modeling from the 1991 International Computer Music Conference,'' Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-73, Stanford University, October 1991.

Smith, Julius O. and P. R. Cook. ``The Second-Order Digital Waveguide Oscillator,'' Published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,San Jose 1992 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-80, Stanford University, October 1992.

Smith, Leland C. ``Score, A Musician's Approach to Computer Music,'' J. Audio Eng. Soc., Jan. 1972. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Smith, Leland C. Henry Cowell's ``Rhythmicana,'' Yearbook for Inter-American Research, 1973.

Smith, Leland C. ``Editing and Printing Music by Computer,'' Journal of Music Theory, Fall, 1973.

Strawn, John. ``Approximation and Syntactic Analysis of Amplitude and Frequency Functions for Digital Sound Synthesis,'' Computer Music Journal 4(3):3-24, 1980.

Strawn, John. Digital Audio Signal Processing: An Anthology. Los Altos, Calif.: William Kaufmann, 1985. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Strawn, John. ``Digital Sound Recording and Synthesis,'' in C. Roads and J. Strawn, eds. 1985. Computer Music Tutorial. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press.

Strawn, John. Modeling Musical Transitions. Ph.D. Thesis, Department of Music, Stanford University, Stanford California, June 1985. Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-26.

Strawn, John. ``Orchestral Instruments: Analysis of Performed Transitions,'' preprint of the Audio Engineering Society 78th Convention, Anaheim, May 3-6,1985.

Strawn John. ``Editing Time-Varying Spectra,'' Audio Engineering Society 78th Convention, 1985.

Strawn, John. ``Research on Timbre and Musical Contexts at CCRMA,'' In Thom Blum and John Strawn, eds. Proceedings of the 1982 International Computer Music Conference. San Francisco, California: Computer Music Association, 1983.

Tanaka, Atau. ``Implementing Quadraphonic Audio on the NeXT,'' published in the Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference,San Jose 1992 and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-80, Stanford University, October 1992.

Taube, Heinrich. ``Common Music: A Music Composition Language in Common Lisp and CLOS,'' Stanford Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-63, January 1990. also published in Proceedings of EUROPAL 90 , Cambridge, England, March 1990 and Proceedings of the 1989 International Computer Music Conference, Columbus, Ohio, 1989.

Taube, Heinrich. ``Stella: Persistent Score Representation and Score Editing in Common Music'' Computer Music Journal 17(4) 1993.

Van Duyne, Scott A. ``Low Piano Tones: Modeling Nearly Harmonic Spectra with Regions of FM,'' Proc., International Computer Music Conf., September, 1992, San Jose.

Van Duyne, Scott A. and Julius O. Smith. ``Implementation of a Variable Pick-Up Point on a Waveguide String Model with FM/AM Applications,'' Proc., International Computer Music Conf., September, 1992, San Jose, and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-80, Stanford University, October 1992.

Van Duyne, Scott A. and Julius O. Smith. ``Physical Modeling with the 2-D Digital Waveguide Mesh,'' Proc., International Computer Music Conference , September, 1993, Tokyo, and as Stanford University Department of Music Technical Report STAN-M-81, Stanford University, December 1993.

Van Duyne, Scott A. and Julius O. Smith. ``The 2-D Digital Waveguide Mesh,'' Proc., IEEE Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics , October, 1993, New York. (Largely a subset of the ICMC-93 paper.)

Wang, Avery Li-Chun. Instantaneous and Frequency-Warped Signal Processing Techniques for Auditory Source Separation,l PhD Dissertation, Stanford Department of Music Technical Report No. STAN-M-86, August 1994.

Wang, Avery Li-Chun and Julius O. Smith. ``On Fast FIR Filters Implemented as Tail-Canceling IIR filters,'' Stanford Department of Music Technical Report No. STAN-M-90, November 1994.

Wood, Patte. ``Recollections with John Robinson Pierce,'' Computer Music Journal 15(4):17-28, 1991. (Not available from CCRMA.)

Wood, Patte. ``CCRMA Research Overview,'' CCRMA Technical Report, January 1992. (out of print).

Zicarelli, David. ``Communicating with Meaningless Numbers,'' Computer Music Journal 15(4):74-77, 1991. (Not available from CCRMA.)


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