Music Books give-away


    Mar 26 2006 | 10:02 pm
    hi all
    My life is heading in a different direction, and so I have some books
    I no longer need. These would probably be most useful to a university
    or college, so if there's any Profs on the list...
    You'll need to pick them up from me in Watford; or at a pinch if
    you're close to Euston station I could drop them off. Here's the list
    (all or nothing!)...
    Winkler - Composing Interactive Music
    Rowe - Machine Musicianship
    Wishart - On Sonic Art
    Kahn - Noise Water Meat
    Cook - music, Cognition, and Computerised Sound
    Modern Recording Techniques 3rd Edition
    Tomatis - The Conscious Ear
    Helmholtz - On the sensations of tone
    Chion - Audio-Vision
    Hill & Paris - Guerilla Performance and Multimedia
    Skinner - Underscore
    Rona - Synchronisation from Reel to Reel
    Turkel - Arranging Techniques for Synthesists.
    email me directly on david.resonant@ntlworld.com
    thanks
    David

    • Mar 27 2006 | 1:26 am
      MAN, I WISH I could grab those!
      Computo
    • Mar 27 2006 | 9:08 am
      David Stevens wrote:
      > My life is heading in a different direction
      Just wondering which direction, maybe one I haven't tried yet?
      Stefan
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    • Mar 27 2006 | 9:10 am
      My old computer and books have found new homes. Thanks to everyone
      who replied!
      David
    • Mar 27 2006 | 9:29 am
      It's the "finding a way to make a living 'cause I spent so long
      playing with max that the world slipped by and now I'm broke"
      direction. I'm a kind of nlp/hypnotherapist sound engineer at the
      moment, with the occasional bit of maxing when I can find the time! I
      believe it's called a portfolio career.
      David
    • Mar 27 2006 | 12:06 pm
      Hi david,
      I'm a student at Lancaster University. Are the books still available? I
      live in Watford and one of my tutors has asked if we can have the books.
      I'll be back in watford from the 7th/8th of April,
      Kind regards,
      Andrew Nicols
      andrew@nicols.co.uk
    • Mar 27 2006 | 4:25 pm
      Ah yes, the reality of life. But that does not
      mean you should stop your Max endeavors. It just
      means you need to balance your time more.
      Anthony