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  1. This article starts from the assumption that musi-cology needs methods borrowed from philology for studying computer music. The analysis of the cre-ative and revision process that John Chowning car-ried out in the realization of Stria (1977) is made possible by textual criticism and interpretation.

  2. 6 de ago. de 2009 · 121K views 14 years ago. ...more. John M. Chowning is known for having discovered the FM synthesis algorithm in 1967. In FM (frequency modulation) synthesis, both the carrier frequency and...

  3. in John Chowning's Stria Matteo Meneghini Via Gradenigo 6/B University of Padova 35131 Padova, Italy This article describes an analytic study of the pro-cess used by John Chowning for the composition of Stria. This article is intended to complete the de-scription of the compositional process given in a

  4. Chowning also presents three iconic early pieces, Turenas (1972), Stria (1977) and Phoné (1981), that each make use of sound spatialization, algorithmic composition, and FM synthesis algorithms in unique ways. Chowning shows how the development of 4-channel spatial illusions—spatialization—launched the discovery of FM synthesis.

  5. PlanLarge (version with 7 sec- Stria (1977) de John Chowning. Université de Rouen, tions). Undated (most likely 1977) handwritten note in- Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines, Départe- dicating various sampling rates for sections.

  6. John Chowning (1934) Stria (1972-1977) for electronics . electronic work, Ircam. General information Composition date: 1972 - 1977 Duration: 16 mn 32 s ... The Reconstruction of Stria, MIT Press, vol. 31, no 3, 2007). Version définitive créée en octobre 1977 à Stanford. Similar Works Same type; Composed the same year;

  7. One of Chowning's most famous pieces is called Stria (1977). It was commissioned by IRCAM for the Institute's first major concert series called Perspectives of the 20th Century . His composition was noted for its inharmonic sounds due to his famous FM algorithm and his use of the golden mean (1.618...) in music.