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Electronic Music: An Introduction

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Computers play a major role in the composition and production of most modern music, but behind every Timbaland there’s a hundred years of revolutionary thought and theory waiting to be explored. For this talk I’ll be giving a brief overview of the ideas that made electronic music a reality, the science of sound and synthesis, and how theory was put into practice to change the face of popular music.

This talk is part of the Churchill CompSci Talks series.

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