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Chapter 7
Ch. 7, Fn. 1 San Francisco Chronicle article on university technology licensing
Ch. 7, Fn. 13 Internet Archive page on Jaffe's Silicon Valley Breakdown
Ch. 7, Fn. 13 George Olczak short film on Jaffe's, "Silicon Valley Breakdown" (video)
Ch. 7, Fn. 15 Memo from Stanford OTL to Office of Development re: digital waveguide
Ch. 7, Fn. 16 Stanford Today article on university technology licensing and Sondius XG
Ch. 7, Fn. 18 Letter to Yamaha regarding DWT, BioMuse and Digitar
Ch. 7, Fn. 21 Letter of thanks from Julius Smith to Yohei Nagai
Ch. 7, Fn. 23 Sondius license agreement between Stanford and Media Vision
Ch. 7, Fn. 26 Telex from Niels Reimers to Yamaha patent chief re: LSI marketing and trademark
Ch. 7, Fn. 32 Snapshot of website on Synthbuilder and Frankenstein
Ch. 7, Fn. 33 Letter re: royalty sharing for Sondius and Sondius XG
Ch. 7, Fn. 36 Letter regarding Julius Smith proposal to OTL Research Incentive Fund
Ch. 7, Fn. 36 Memo of OTL Research Incentive Fund award to Chowning and Smith
Ch. 7, Fn. 36 Award letter from OTL Research Incentive Fund, "Human voice analysis, recognition, and synthesis"
Ch. 7, Fn. 37 Letter from Chowning to Stanford Dean of Research re: OTL Research Incentive Fund
Ch. 7, Fn. 39 Email from Pat Scandalis to Mary Watanabe re: Sondius
Ch. 7, Fn. 43 Email from Perry Cook regarding potential patent infringement (physical modeling)
Ch. 7, Fn. 45 Accounting report for waveguide/Sondius development
Ch. 7, Fn. 46 Analysis of Korg patent validity
Ch. 7, Fn. 48 Email from Julius Smith re: waveguide press coverage
Ch. 7, Fn. 52 Stanford Today article on university technology licensing and Sondius XG
Ch. 7, Fn. 54 Draft agreement between Stanford, Yamaha and Staccato Systems (Sondius XG)
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.