Author: Alex Di Nunzio

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Acousmographe

The Acousmographe was developed at Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) in Paris. It is a software dedicated to the graphic representation of electronic and computer music. Was designed as a […]

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GRM Tools

GRM Tools, created at the Groupe de Recherches Musicales (GRM) of Pierre Schaeffer, is a package of software and utilities for sound synthesis and processing. It was developed over a […]

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Patchmix

Patchmix is a graphical interface, developed in X and C++ language, designed to facilitate the construction of virtual instruments, compatible with the Cmix, software of the Music N family developed […]

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Cmusic

Cmusic is a computer music software developed by Richard Moore. It was the first, among the Music N, to be written in C. Used with CARL System, Cmusic was capable […]

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AA. VV. – Dinosaur Music

Title: Dinosaur Music Authors: Various Label: Wergo Year: 1988 Duration: 0:53:15 Tracks: 5 Dinosaur Music collects some work in computer music made at the CCRMA of the Stanford University between 1982 and […]

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Escamol

Escamol is a computer music software designed for the generation of scores executable through other software or computer music languages.

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Groove

GROOVE is a hybrid system for sound synthesis and control in real-time, developed in the seventies by Max Mathews and Richard Moore.

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Mus10

Mus10 is a software for computer music belonging to the family of Music N. Was developed at Stanford in the late Seventies by Leland Smith.

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Aura

Aura, a computer music software, is designed as a flexible work environment useful for the development of virtual synthesizers. Aura is the direct heir of W.

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