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View Resource Crossfade

A joint project of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA), the Goethe-Institut, ZKM (Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe), and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Crossfade is an online exhibit that seeks to present the computer network from interesting and experimental perspectives: as a musical instrument and as tool that enables musicians and music lovers to collaborate with each...

http://crossfade.walkerart.org/home.html
View Resource Theory and Techniques of Electronic Music

A music professor from the University of California at San Diego, Miller Puckette, is in the process of writing a book on electronic music, and the draft version can be found on this site. The book "is about using electronic techniques to record, synthesize, process, and analyze musical sounds." It focuses exclusively on the use of computers and computer music tools in the creation and composition...

http://msp.ucsd.edu/techniques/latest/book-html/
View Resource The Symphony of Science

Created by John D. Boswell, the Symphony of Science is a musical project created "to deliver scientific knowledge and philosophy in musical form." The project was inspired by the legendary PBS series Cosmos, created by physicist Carl Sagan. The music here brings together spoken word, remixes, original electronic music, and 15 full-length music videos. Visitors can watch the videos, read (or sing)...

http://symphonyofscience.com/
View Resource Seaquence Screenshot

Simply put, Seaquence is "an experiment in musical composition." It's a rather modest way to describe this truly unique online experience. By adopting a biological metaphor, visitors can "create and combine musical lifeforms resulting in an organic, dynamic composition." There are visual "creatures" on the site which can be manipulated by users as they are encouraged to add different elements to...

http://seaquence.org/