When people use a new technique, they tend initially to be unable to bring out its strengths because they limit the ways they use it conform to their past experience. Attempts to realize the musical potential of microcomputers are discussed in light of concerts inherited from three processors: instrumental music, analog synthesizers, and large mainframe computer music systems.
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