Colgate Computer Music Studio

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Colgate Computer Music Studio

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Dexter Morrill established the Computer Music Studio at Colgate University in 1971, following a visit to John Chowning at Stanford University and the Computer Music Group at the Powers Computer Laboratory in Mountain View, California. The Studio hosted various American and international composers in the 1970s, often through grants from the United States' National Endowmenet for the Arts (NEA).


Hamilton, New York

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Created March 25, 2020.




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