Recording a string quartet using the LPR/R method developed by our program at Michigan State.


"The electronic music synthesizer and the physics of music," W.M. Hartmann, Am. J. Phys. {43},755-763 (1975). Reprinted in {Musical Acoustics - Selected Reprints}, ed. T.D. Rossing, Amer. Assn. of Physics Teachers Press, (1988).

"Flanging and Phasers," W.M. Hartmann, J. Audio Engr. Soc. {26}, 439-443 (1978).

"Electronic music - a bridge between psychoacoustics and music," W.M. Hartmann, in {Music Mind and Brain}, ed. M. Clynes, Plenum Press, pp. 371-385 (1982).

"Psychoacoustics and contemporary music," W.M. Hartmann, {Proceedings 11th ICA}, (Revue d'Acous- tique de GALF) {8}, 225-228 (1983).

"The dynamically shifted oscillator," W.M. Hartmann, Am. J. Phys. {54}, 28-32 (1986).

"The I-clicker and I," W.M. Hartmann, (2008)

M.H. Cohen, {Quantifying Music- The Science of Music at the First Stage of the Scientific Revolution, 1580-1650}, W.M. Hartmann, J. Acoust. Soc. Am. {79}, 1636-1637 (1986).

"Chime Bars: Their spectra and pitch," W.M. Hartmann and David Espe and Jian-Yu Lin, Report 105, August, 1995

"Electronic Music," W.M. Hartmann, Chapter 138 for the Encyclopedia of Acoustics, ed. Malcolm Crocker, John Wiley, New York, pp 1679-1685 (1997).

"Review of Music, Cognition, and Computerized Sound, ed. P.R. Cook, W.M. Hartmann, Music Perception, {17}, 145-148 (1999).

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