The CCRMA Virtual Archive documents the history of Stanford's Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics from the 1960s through today. Many of these documents are referenced in The Sound of Innovation: Stanford and the Computer Music Revolution, an MIT Press book that traces CCRMA's emergence and its role in the field of computer music.
Referenced in The Sound of Innovation
(Linked to footnotes)
By key organizations
By key people
By key technologies
Stanford Daily news stories
Academic papers about CCRMA
Show all (by date)
Explanation of files (read this first)
Master ID list
Publications and publication citations
Patents and patent citations
FM patent citation network (.ppt)
[These links open in new pages]
YouTube channel of pieces referenced in
The Sound of Innovation
Audio and video files from the Stanford Archive
of Recorded Sound
CCRMA photos in the Stanford Digital Repository
Recent CCRMA photos (Ge Wang's flickr albums)
This archive is maintained by Andrew Nelson. Please email updates and corrections to aj (at) ccrma.stanford.edu. Please note that archival materials are intended for non-commercial purposes and may be protected by copyright laws that prohibit further duplication or distribution.
These documents stem largely from the personal collections of various CCRMA-lites. The Special Collections at the Stanford University Libraries (SUL) contain 40 linear feet of additional archival materials. For contents and access, please see the SUL catalog entry and the Online Archive of California collection guide.