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"PadMaster: an improvisation environment for real time performance", International Computer Music Conference, Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada, International Computer Music Association, 1995.
"PadMaster: banging on algorithms with alternative controllers", International Computer Music Conference, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China, International Computer Music Association, 1996.
"A Physically-Informed, Circuit-Bendable, Digital Model of the Roland TR-808 Bass Drum Circuit", 17th International Conference on Digital Audio Effects (DAFx-14), Erlangen, Germany, 09/2014.
"The Planet CCRMA software collection", International Computer Music Conference, Göteborg, Sweden, International Computer Music Association, 2002.
"Pulsed Noise in Self-Sustained Oscillations of Musical Instruments", Proceddings of the International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing, Albuquerque, no. STAN-M-61, New York, IEEE Press, 01/1990.
"PARSHL: A Program for the Analysis/Synthesis of Inharmonic Sounds Based on a Sinusoidal Representation", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-43, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, 1987.
"A physically motivated room reverberation enhancement system that is stable in any (dissipative) room: An application of sound portholes", NOISE-CON 2010 in conjunction ith the 159th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Baltimore, MD, 04/2010.
"Playing the Network: the Use of Time Delays as Musical Devices", International Computer Music Conference, pp. 244-250, 2008.
"Proceedings of the 15th International Congress on Acoustics", International Congress of Acoustics, Trondheim, Norway, CCRMA, 06/1995.
Pickups for the Vibrations of Violin and Guitar Strings Using Piezoelectric Bimorphic Bender Elements, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 05/1988.
PLA - A Tutorial and Reference Manual, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 12/1984.
Pulsed Noise and Microtransients in Physical Models of Musical Instruments, , no. STAN-M-65: Stanford University Department of Music, sep, 1990.
"Perception of Attack Transients in Musical Tones", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-17, Stanford, California, Stanford University, 1984.
"Psychoacoustics Factors in Musical Intonation: Beats, Interval Tuning, and Inharmonicity", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-70, Stanford, CA, Stanford University, 1991.