Two perspectives on rebooting computer music education: Composition and computer science
Laptop ensembles and orchestras, in addition to being hubs for collectives of experimental musicians, have become a popular feature in music technology tertiary education curricula. The (short) history of such groups reveals tensions in what these groups are for, and where they fit within their enfolding institutions. Are the members programmers, composers, or performers? Should laptop ensemble courses focus on performance practice, composition, or digital synthesis? Should they be anarchic or...[Show more]
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|Book Title:||Proceedings of the Australasian Computer Music Conference|
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