The third edition of this history of technology and music incorporates a contemporary pedagogical design, offering a variety of learning aids to help readers understand and review basic concepts, history, and milestones in electronic music
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'The book is a superlative intersection of history and practice. With its charts, pictures, historical antecedents, and well-explained concepts, Electronic and Experimental Music is an essential resource for anyone interested in extraordinary sound.'Chris DeLaurenti, The Stranger
'This third edition effectively replaces both previous editions due to substantial additions and a well-executed reorganization... Holmes does an excellent job of avoiding unnecessary technical jargon while providing specific information on the analog techniques and digital software and hardware that have driven the development of this genre... This well-known history remains an invaluable guide for those hoping to gain a firm grounding in the history and culture of electronic music... Highly recommened.' - CHOICE