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International Computer Music Association (ICMA)
Jan-1980 International Computer Music Association newsletter
May-1980 Computer Music Association newsletter
Aug-1980 Computer Music Association newsletter
Jan-1984 Stanford Department of Music newsletter article on NEA grants
23-Jul-1985 Letter from Bernard Mont-Reynaud to Hiro Kato (Yamaha) re: research topics
12-Nov-1985 Email from Chowning to Yamaha re: "X" series impact and planned composition
24-Jul-1987 Telex and notes from Yamaha to Chowning re: visit to CCRMA
30-Jul-1987 Telex from Yamaha re: plans for visit to CCRMA
17-Aug-1989 Final report for NEA grant for Morrill/Marsalis project
15-May-1990 Memo from CMA president re: Bay Area 1992 ICMC status report
16-May-1990 Memo from CMA president re: Bay Area 1992 ICMC planning meeting
23-May-1990 Letter from Chowning and CNMAT director re: 1992 ICMC hosting
18-Jun-1990 Letter from Allen strange (SJSU) to Chris Chafe re: 1992 ICMC hosting
27-Sep-1991 Letter from George Hasegawa (Yamaha) to Chowning re: visit plans
4-Oct-1993 Letter from Yamaha Int'l Dvision manager to John Chowning re: ICMC
13-Sep-1995 Analysis of Korg patent validity
Nov-1996 Snapshot of website on Synthbuilder and Frankenstein
19-Mar-1997 Email from Gary Kendall to John Strawn re: Samson Box mailings
2000 Review of ICMC 1999
Mar-2001 Letters to the Editor (CMJ) in response to CCRMA critique
2002 Snapshot of webpage on history of hardware at CCRMA
7-Nov-2006 Description of panel discussions at ICMC 2006
no date List of compositions/works realized at CCRMA since 1968
This archive is maintained by Andrew Nelson. Please email updates and corrections to aj (at) 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.