Computer music is being created at a number of American universities. While it is far easier to maintain precise control over computer music than music produced by analog synthesizers, the necessity to give instructions concerning every detail of the sound can lead to rigid, unmusical results. A program called SCORE which greatly facilitates a musician's communication with the computer has been devised.
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