Personal sites that explain, perhaps with examples, various aspects of computer music, or feature unusual usages of computer music, for example, in an opera. Coverage of computer software and hardware employed is usually expected.
Fortran source code by Iannis Xenakis, compilable on a modern machine with a Fortran 95 compiler.
Scott Hewitts PhD site regarding the Laptop as an Ensemble Instrument
Audio DSP developer for iZotope Inc. Reviews of audio dithering algorithms. Articles on theory of digital audio.
Electronic music, sound design, programming and audio-visual content creation.
A composer and a computer scientist, author of 'Netjam' (a network music collaboration software).
musician, composer, software developer and artificial intelligence researcher
Weblog for musicians and sound engineers interested in creating music using computers and pro audio tools.
A passionate music researcher and software developer
This weblog explores the products that may work as a suitable Windows replacement for GarageBand (music software running on Macintosh only). Test results and initial impressions of MixCraft, Sony Acid and other products.
PD programming patches for interactive music applications.
Musician, audio engineer, student at the IEM Graz
an electro-acoustic musician from Bristol, UK
Music technology news, articles, downloads, reviews, tips and tutorials for home recording and professional musicians!
Algorithmic composition. A synthesizer program and a few MP3 samples are available.
A site for guitarists including recommendations for recording software, guitar lessons and computer recording techniques and computer recording gear reviews.
MIDI and MP3 compositions, KeyKit algorithmic music software, and interactive web-based music generation toys.
studio director, lecturer in computer music
A musician and a music researcher working at the music department at the University of California, San Diego
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