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For some historical perspectives, look up [http://www.csounds.com/mathews/ the father of computer music] or google some prior electronic musical instruments such as the Theremin, the Ondes Martenot, the Trautonium, or the Electronic Sackbut.
For some historical perspectives, look up [http://www.csounds.com/mathews/ the father of computer music] or google some prior electronic musical instruments such as the Theremin, the Ondes Martenot, the Trautonium, or the Electronic Sackbut.
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Also, see [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/courses/250a/videos.html prior projects from Music 250A].
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** Talking piano -- [http://wimp.com/talkingpiano/ Talking piano]
** Talking piano -- [http://wimp.com/talkingpiano/ Talking piano]
** Per Bloland, Steven Backer, and Edgar Berdahl -- [http://www.perbloland.com/?p=Elsewhere Electromagnetically Prepared Piano]
** Per Bloland, Steven Backer, and Edgar Berdahl -- [http://www.perbloland.com/?p=Elsewhere Electromagnetically Prepared Piano]
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** Dan Overholt -- [http://www.create.ucsb.edu/~dano/violin/movie1.html Overtone Violin]

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The following videos are loosely grouped according to Eduardo Miranda and Marcelo Wanderley, "New Digital Musical Instruments: Control and Interaction Beyond the Keyboard," A-R Editions, 2006.

For some historical perspectives, look up the father of computer music or google some prior electronic musical instruments such as the Theremin, the Ondes Martenot, the Trautonium, or the Electronic Sackbut.

Also, see prior projects from Music 250A.

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Note: Links to videos were put here by Michael Gurevich and Edgar Berdahl.

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