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Music and Sound Production Within a Computer
It is a good time to reflect on where the music and audio recording industry has come from and to consider how best to use the new hardware/software tools, options, views and opinions that are being presented to us. In support of this paper the author will give an audio demonstration, covering recording, production and mastering using a computer. The author will also give a live demonstration on composing music for film to illustrate the creative possibilities when using a computer to assist 'traditional' orchestral composition and orchestration.
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