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by Mark Ballora Ph.D.
Mark Ballora has a background in theater arts, music composition, and multimedia production. He studied music technology at New York University and McGill University. He is Associate Professor of Music Technology at Pennsylvania State University
Mark Ballora has a background in theater arts, music composition, and multimedia production. He is Associate Professor of Music Technology at Pennsylvania State University.
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Essentials of Music Technology book. Sonification Strategies for the film Rhythms of the Universe. Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014. Organised Sound 19 (1), 30-40, 2014. Publication Date - April 2015. Meant to serve as a general reference for music technology courses, Essentials of Music Technology provides an overview of musical acoustics, psychoacoustics, MIDI, digital audio, and sound recording. Topics covered include: The Internet.
Mark Ballora comes from a very strong background - New York University and McGill University are the top schools in North America for Music Technology - and the information is presented in a logical, straight-forward. This year's top sellers.
This thesis draws from music technology to create novel sonifications of heart rate information that may be of clinical utility to physicians. Technology or product developers, R&D specialists, and government or NGO employees in scientific roles.
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Computers in music have gone from being a niche subject to becoming a ubiquitous presence that all music students are bound to encounter in their professional lives.
This useful handbook provides a concise introduction to the principle topics of music technology. It discusses fundamentals in a straightforward style, with the extra levels of detail essential for those specializing in music technology. A five-part organization covers acoustics and music, computers, MIDI, digital audio, and other tools of the trade. For personal computer users introduced in the production of music.