University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music Center for Computer Music. Helmuth, M., Watts, C., & Bukvic, I. In pages 2, 2001. International Computer Music Association.
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The University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music Center for Computer Music, (ccm),2 houses the work of faculty and student composers and researchers. The studios have been designed to provide a quiet, well-connected and comfortable environment for composition and research. High-level UNIX and Macintosh workstations are equipped for music. Programs in music composition allow a focus in computer music, and expanded courses now include four years of courses in computer music-related areas. Some software is created in-house, and distributed on the studio website: 'StochGran' for granular synthesis, 'Patchmix' for instrument building, and 'ca' for cellular automatacontrolled granular filtering. Music appears on Sonic Explorations Concerts in the Studio Theater and many outside performances. Current research projects also include Internet Sound Exchange, a high bandwidth internet improvisation programming project, and a collaboration with Yale University, also utilizing Internet2. More information on music and research can be found at the studio website: http://meowing.ccm.uc.edu/
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	title = {University of {Cincinnati} {College} {Conservatory} of {Music} {Center} for {Computer} {Music}},
	url = {http://hdl.handle.net/2027/spo.bbp2372.2001.060},
	abstract = {The University of Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music Center for Computer Music, (ccm),2 houses the work of faculty and student composers and researchers. The studios have been designed to provide a quiet, well-connected and comfortable environment for composition and research. High-level UNIX and Macintosh workstations are equipped for music. Programs in music composition allow a focus in computer music, and expanded courses now include four years of courses in computer music-related areas. Some software is created in-house, and distributed on the studio website: 'StochGran' for granular synthesis, 'Patchmix' for instrument building, and 'ca' for cellular automatacontrolled granular filtering. Music appears on Sonic Explorations Concerts in the Studio Theater and many outside performances. Current research projects also include Internet Sound Exchange, a high bandwidth internet improvisation programming project, and a collaboration with Yale University, also utilizing Internet2. More information on music and research can be found at the studio website: http://meowing.ccm.uc.edu/},
	publisher = {International Computer Music Association},
	author = {Helmuth, Mara and Watts, Chris and Bukvic, Ico},
	year = {2001},
	pages = {2},
}
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