Hybrid Synthesis

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Historically, the use of a digital system, i.e. computer, to control modular analogue synthesis, as notably exemplified by the GROOVE system developed by Max Matthews and F. Richard Moore at Bell Laboratories (during the 1960s and 70s).

 

See also:

Cross-synthesis

 

Bibliography:

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Alphabetical order - Chronological order

Gontcharoff, Paul (2001). Présentation générale et éléments d’analyse
Jaffe, David A. (1995). Orchestrating the Chimera: Musical Hybrids, Technology and the Development of a “Maximalist” Musical Style
Jones, David Evan (1984). Composer’s View - David Evan Jones
Levinas, Michaël (1994). Transients of Attack and Hybrid Sounds: Toward a New Mixity
Levinas, Michaël (2002). Les sons d’hybridation et les transitoires d’attaque : vers les nouvelles mixités
Palombini, Carlos (2000). The Brazilian Group for Computer Music Research: A Proto-History
Risset, Jean-Claude (1975). Musique et informatique
Tiffon, Vincent (2002). Jean-Claude Risset : {Sud} (1985)
Vandenheede, Jan (1992). Jonathan Harvey’s {Ritual Melodies}
Victor, Michèle (1975). L’informatique musicale

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