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A Digital Computer for the Electronic Music Studio
Recent advances in computer technology have made it feasible to use digital computers as musical instruments. This paper presents a set of specifications for a digital computer system which can be used for the analysis, synthesis and editing of music. Details are presented for several music synthesis schemes, and the possibility of realizing these schemes in real time is investigated.
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