Re: indefinite pitch


Subject: Re: indefinite pitch
From: Alistair MacDonald (a.macdonald@rsamd.ac.uk)
Date: Fri Oct 07 2005 - 04:35:03 EDT


If I remember correctly, Denis Smalley's Spectromorphology chapter in The Language of Electroacoustic Music (Ed Emmerson) is useful. He talks about nodes of frequency.

Alistair

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>>> tazberry_docs@yahoo.ca 07/10/2005 05:17 >>>
Hello all,

I would like your input regarding a terminology issue.

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