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"The Laptop Orchestra as Classroom", Computer Music Journal, pp. 32(1):26-37, 2008.
"Combining Analysis and Synthesis in the ChucK Programming Language", International Computer Music Conference, Copenhagen, 2007.
"Composing for Laptop Orchestra", Computer Music Journal, pp. 32(1):9-25, 2008.
"Musical Tapestry: Re-composing Natural Sounds", Journal of New Music Research, pp. 36(4):241-250, 2008.
"CCRMA Papers on Physical Modeling from the 1991 International Computer Music Conference, Montreal, Canada", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-73, Montreal, Canada, 10/1991.
Reverberation Cancellation in Musical Signals Using Adaptive Filters, , no. STAN-M-51, Stanford, California, CCRMA, 05/1988.
"LECTOR: An Ecclesiastical Latin Control Language for the SPASM/Singer Instrument", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-76, Montreal, Canada, 1991.
"Noise and Aperiodicity in the Glottal Source: A Study of Singer Voices", Twelfth International Congress of Phoenetic Sciences, no. STAN-M-75, 08/1991.
"Synthesis of the Singing Voice Using a Physically Parameterized Model of the Human Vocal Tract", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-57, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 1989.
Implementation of Single Reed Instruments with Arbitrary Bore Shapes Using Digital Waveguide Filters, , no. STAN-M-50: Stanford University Department of Music, 05/1988.
"Hardware, Software, and Compositional Tools for a Real Time Improvised Solo Trumpet Work", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-56, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 1989.
"Identification of Control Parameters in an Articulatory Vocal Tract Model, with Applications to the Synthesis of Singing", Electrical Engineering, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-68, Stanford, California, Stanford University, 12/1990.
"CCRMA Papers Presented at the 1993 International Computer Music Conference, Tokyo, Japan", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-81, Tokyo, Japan, 12/1993.