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Sonifying Processing: The Beads Tutorial Paperback – September 3, 2011
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About the Author
Evan Merz (b. 1981) is a DMA candidate in UCSC’s algorithmic composition program. He obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in computer science from the University of Rochester in 2004, and a Master’s Degree in computer music from NIU in 2010. His music has been performed in Phono Photo No. 6, Silence, Beauty and Horror 2009, musicBYTES 2009, New Music Hartford, and IMMArts TechArt 2008. His primary interest is biological and bottom-up approaches to computer-assisted composition, which he explores in new algorithmic composition software written in java/processing. Evan works heavily as a freelance composer, scoring for numerous videogames and television productions. He is also the SEAMUS Webmaster and the blogger at computermusicblog.com