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Bill Schottstaedt
18-Oct-1977 Samson Box log book
12-Nov-1979 Palo Alto Times article about CCRMA
Feb-1982 Description of recent research in computer music at CCRMA
Oct-1982 Stanford Department of Music news supplement article on CCRMA
1983 Curtis Roads interview of John Chowning
4-Feb-1983 SDF meeting research topics
16-Mar-1983 Stanford Campus report article on CCRMA
26-May-1983 MIT, Stanford, and UCSD joint proposal for computer music research
17-Oct-1983 NEA grant application to record works by Schottstaedt, Jaffe and Chafe
Jan-1984 Stanford Department of Music newsletter article on NEA grants
Sep-1986 Overview of the CCRMA digital audio facility
25-Sep-1986 NEA grant application for recording of Chowning works
1987 Keyboard Magazine article about CCRMA
13-Apr-1988 Letter from Johannes Goebel to Patte Wood
17-Aug-1989 Final report for NEA grant for Morrill/Marsalis project
1990 Lists of CCRMA grants received from the NEA
9-May-1990 Attendees and agenda for CCRMA Associates meeting
15-Nov-1990 Memo to accounce the retirement of the Foonly and the Samsonbox
14-Apr-1992 Email from Bill Schottastaedt about early Samson Box pieces
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
29-Oct-1993 Music department vision statement
no date AI Lab floor plan
no date Brochure for CCRMA Industrial Affiliates program
no date M station interview of Bill Schottstaedt
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.