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Cook, P., "LECTOR: An Ecclesiastical Latin Control Language for the SPASM/Singer Instrument", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-76, Montreal, Canada, 1991.
Cook, P., "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.
Cook, P., "Noise and Aperiodicity in the Glottal Source: A Study of Singer Voices", Twelfth International Congress of Phoenetic Sciences, no. STAN-M-75, 08/1991.
Cook, P., "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.
Cook, P., "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.
Dahl, L., J. Herrera, and C. Wilkerson, "TweetDreams: Making music with the audience and the world using real-time Twitter data", International Conference on New Interfaces For Musical Expression, Oslo, Norway, 05/2011. Abstract
Diener, G., "Modeling Music Notation: A Three-Dimensional Approach", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-69, Stanford, California, Stanford University, 12/1990.
Diener, G., TTREES: An Active Data Structure for Computer Music, , Stanford, California, Stanford University, 05/1988.
Diener, G., "NUTATION: Structural Organization Versus Graphical Generality in a Common Music", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-59, Columbus, Ohio, USA, 09/1989.
Dumitrescu, T., J. Kepper, A. Kornstaedt, D. Röwenstruck, P. Roland, C. Sapp, and E. Selfridge-Field, "The Dagstuhl Core", Knowledge representation for intelligent music processing, no. 09051, Dagstuhl, Germany, Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz-Zentrum fuer Informatik, Germany, 2009. Abstract
Dyer, An Object-Oriented Real-Time Simulation of Music Performance Using Interactive Control, , vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-78: California Institute of Technology, 1991.
Gillespie, B., "Haptic Displays of Systems with Changing Kinematic Constraints: The Virtual Piano Action", Department of Mechanical Engineering, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-92, Stanford, California, Stanford University, 01/1996.
Gordon, J. W., "Perception of Attack Transients in Musical Tones", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-17, Stanford, California, Stanford University, 1984.
Gordon, J. W., and J. O. Smith III, "A Sine Generation Algorithm for VLSI Applications", Proc. 1985 Int. Computer Music Conf., Vancouver: Computer Music Association, 1985.
Gordon, J. W., and J. Strawn, "An Introduction to the Phase Vocoder", Digital Audio Signal Processing: An Anthology, Los Altos, CA, William Kaufmann, 02/1987, 1975.
Grey, J. M., "An Exploration of Musical Timbre", Department of Psychology, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-2, Stanford, California, Stanford University, 1975.
Hamilton, R., "Building Interactive Networked Musical Environments Using q3osc", AES 35th International Conference: Audio for Games, London, UK, 2009. Abstract
Hamilton, R., "Back To The Sea: A Software Realization of Dexter Morrill's "Sea Songs"", International Computer Music Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 08/30/2007, 2009. Abstract
Hamilton, R., "Maps and Legends : Designing FPS-Based Interfaces for Multi-user Composition, Improvisation and Immersive Performance", Lecture Notes in Computer Science - Computer Music Modeling and Retrieval. Sense of Sounds, vol. Volume 4969/2008, pp. 478-486, 2008. Abstract
Hamilton, R., and C. Nanou, "For Jean-Claude: [re]Presenting Duet for One Pianist", International Computer Music Conference, Montreal, Canada, 08/2009. Abstract
Hamilton, R., "q3osc: or How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Game", International Computer Music Conference, Belfast, Ireland, 2008. Abstract
Herrera, J., C. Hanson, and J. S. Abel, "Discrete Time Emulation of the Leslie Speaker", 127th Audio Engineering Society Convention, New York, NY, USA, 10/2009. Abstract
Hirschman, S., "Digital Waveguide Modeling and Simulation of Reed Woodwind Instruments", Electrical Engineering, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-72, Stanford, CA, Stanford University, 07/1991.
Huang, P., and J. O. Smith III, "Loudness-Based Display and Analysis Applied to Artificial Reverberation", Proc. 2004 Int. Computer Music Conf., Miami, Florida: Computer Music Association, nov, 2004.
Igoudin, A., "Impact of MIDI on Electroacoustic Art Music", Department of Music, vol. Ph.D., no. STAN-M-102, Stanford, CA, Stanford University, 06/1997.
Igoudin, A., and J. O. Smith III, CCRMA Report, May 1996, , Stanford, CA, Stanford University, CCRMA, 05/1996.
Jaffe, D. A., "Ensemble Timing in Computer Music", International Computer Music Conference, no. STAN-M-23, Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N.Y., 1983.
Jaffe, D. A., "Spectrum Analysis Tutorial - Parts I and II", Computer Music Journal, vol. 11, issue 2-3, no. STAN-M-33, 1987.