FTM Tutorial (2008), introduction and seven tutorial chapters explaining the theory and programming of the FTM & Co. computer music programming extension to the Max programming environment, published by IRCAM, Paris.
Online Books on Computer Music
Algorithmic Composition (2009), 25 chapters on the use of formal systems to generate music and other types of time-based art with computer programs, each with a working program exemplifying a technique of algorithmic composition using the Max programming environment.
Aesthetic Considerations in the Use of "Virtual" Music Instruments (.pdf format) (2001), originally submitted for the CHI Workshop on New Interfaces for Musical Expression, April 1 & 2, 2001, Seattle, WA, USA, accepted for the Workshop on Current Research Directions in Computer Music, Institut Universitari de l'Audiovisual, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain, 2001, also presented in the national conference of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), Iowa City, Iowa, USA, April 2002, and published in Journal SEAMUS, Spring 2003.
The 'E' In NIME (.pdf format) (2006), with Daniel Koppelman, published in the proceedings of the 2006 conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression (NIME '06) in Paris, France.
Determining the Feasibility of Networked Musical Performances over WANs, LANs, and WLANs (Part 1: MIDI) (2011), with Matthew Teeter and Daniel Lindsey, and Christopher Dobrian, published in Journal SEAMUS, Spring 2011.