Making Music with Your Computer
EMBooks, 1993 - Music - 128 pages
A handbook on making music using a computer. Topics covered include MIDI sequencing, music notation and printing, hard disk recording, multimedia, connecting computers and instruments, and sychronization. It includes a directory of music hardware and software manufacturers and a glossary of terms.
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