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Alessandro Cipriani, together with Riccardo Bianchini, authored Virtual Sound (ConTempoNet, 2000), a book on computer music, essentially outlining a course for learning about digital sound using Csound as the programming environment. One of the main aims, of course, was to introduce the student reader to Csound, a program for working with audio, but with enough information on computer music concepts that other, supplementary texts would not be necessary. Cipriani, with colleague Maurizio Giri, has taken on an ambitious new project: a three-volume publication that can also make up a comprehensive course in computer music, this time using Max as the programming language (Volume Two is announced as appearing sometime in 2012).
Marc Perlman, ethnomusicologist, is Associate Professor of Music at Brown University. He has also taught in Indonesia, where he was founding editor of the Journal of the Indonesian Musicological Society. His scholarly writings have appeared in the journals Ethnomusicology, Asian Music, Musical Quarterly, Postmodern Culture, Music Perception, Indonesia, Social Studies of Science, and in the revised edition of the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. He has also published in Rhythm Music Magazine and the New York Times. His research interests range widely both in geography and disciplinary affiliation. He specializes in the musical traditions of Indonesia, but also has experience with the music of Ireland, India, and Burma (Myanmar), as well as interests in American popular music. His research in these areas is variously informed by anthropology, sociology, history, post-colonial studies, cultural studies, music theory, cognitive psychology, Science and Technology Studies, and legal theory. 2b1af7f3a8