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Perry Cook
13-Jun-1979 Summary for NSF proposal, "Intelligent Systems for Music Analysis"
Oct-1982 Stanford Department of Music news supplement article on CCRMA
21-May-1987 Draft proposal for Marsalis "Computer Jam" project
9-Dec-1987 Letter to Barry Truax regarding Benchmark CD project (SDF)
9-Jun-1989 Invention disclosure for Acoustical Brass MIDI Instrument
15-Aug-1989 Letter to United Musical Instruments re: Acoustical Brass MIDI Instrument
17-Aug-1989 Final report for NEA grant for Morrill/Marsalis project
6-Sep-1989 Concept paper on digital music instrument algorithms, proposed to UTTI
5-Apr-1990 Invention disclosure for Articulatory Speech Tracker (Perry Cook)
9-May-1990 Attendees and agenda for CCRMA Associates meeting
6-Jul-1990 Chicago Tribune article on CCRMA, Perry Cook and voice synthesis
21-Sep-1991 Letter of thanks from Yamaha to Chowning following visit (Radio Drum and Cook vocal work)
1992 Computer Music Journal concert review for Stanford Centennial Finale
19-May-1992 Email from John Chowning to Steve Jobs re: NeXT MusicKit
9-Nov-1992 Letter from CCRMA to NeXT re: MusicKit maintenance and distribution
4-Dec-1992 Proposal for MA degree in Musical Acoustics, Perception and Synthesis
1993 Fellowship application to Acoustical Society of America for Perry Cook
Mar-1994 Wired article on Stanford, CCRMA, and Yamaha
7-Jun-1994 Stanford press release on CCRMA
10-Nov-1994 Email re: patent income and endowment
5-Dec-1995 Email from Perry Cook regarding potential patent infringement (physical modeling)
15-Jan-1997 Stanford News Service article on Chris Chafe and Celletto
Jul-2011 Duke Magazine profile of Ge Wang
23-Nov-2011 NY Times article about Smule, Ge Wang, and Jeff Smith
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.