In using a computer to produce musical sounds, flexibility must be limited to conserve programming and computer time. However, a great variety of sounds can be produced even with a very limited program. An experimental approach can be used in seeking suitable programming techniques. How far these may wisely be extended is a matter of speculation, but one could certainly call up musical cliches by number.
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