...linked to footnotes in The Sound of Innovation: Stanford and the Computer Music Revolution
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|Ch. 8, Fn. 3||Letters to the Editor (CMJ) in response to CCRMA critique|
|Ch. 8, Fn. 28||Ge Wang TEDx talk, "THIS is computer music" (video)|
|Ch. 8, Fn. 32||Chris Chafe and Lia Cook, "Su Brain" sonification example (video)|
|Ch. 8, Fn. 37||Chowning, "Voices" (video)|
|Ch. 8, Fn. 40||Homepage for the Icons of Sound project at Stanford|
|Ch. 8, Fn. 40||Capella Romana performance using acoustics simulated from the Hagia Sophia (video)|
|Ch. 8, Fn. 44||NEA proposal, "The computer music facility: A new musical medium"|
|Ch. 9, Fn. 19||NEA proposal, "The computer music facility: A new musical medium"|
|Ch. 9, Fn. 20||UCSD Center for Music Experiment newsletter|
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