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1986 List of commitments and retained IP rights for Julius Smith
5-Feb-1986 Cover memo and letter to Gordon Getty from John Chowning
24-Oct-1988 Memo from Stanford OTL to Office of Development re: digital waveguide
12-Dec-1988 Letter from John Chowning to Yamaha regarding NeXT and CD-MIDI
22-Nov-1989 Update to CCRMA three-year plan
15-Nov-1990 Memo to accounce the retirement of the Foonly and the Samsonbox
1991 Julius Smith ICMC keynote address
18-May-1992 Commentary and draft of proposed amendment to CCRMA-NeXT agreement
19-May-1992 Email from John Chowning to Steve Jobs re: NeXT MusicKit
20-May-1992 Proposed amendment to CCRMA-NeXT agreement
1-Aug-1992 Software license agreement b/t CCRMA and NeXT for Music Kit
31-Aug-1992 Email announcement of Music Kit and DSP tools distribution
28-Oct-1992 Email announcement of Music Kit and DSP tools distribution
2-Nov-1992 Contract between Stanford and PRI for MusicKit development
9-Nov-1992 Letter from CCRMA to NeXT re: MusicKit maintenance and distribution
16-Nov-1992 Software license agreement with Ariel Corp. for Bug56
4-Dec-1992 Proposal for MA degree in Musical Acoustics, Perception and Synthesis
7-Oct-1993 Employment agreement for Sondius development (David Jaffe)
17-Feb-1994 Email and joint-proposal draft on sonification research
5-Apr-1994 Email from Julius Smith re: waveguide press coverage
14-Feb-1995 Summary of expenses
20-May-1995 Snapshot of CCRMA website on select research activities
18-Oct-1995 Employment agreement for Sondius development (Nick Porcaro)
1996 Report on Residency and Exchange Program in New Music Technology
Nov-1996 Snapshot of website on Synthbuilder and Frankenstein
16-Jul-1997 Stanford Report article on Sondius XG
2002 Snapshot of webpage on history of hardware at CCRMA
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.