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Ryan, J. 1991. [http://music.princeton.edu/~dan/plork/PLOrk_reader/papers/contemporaryMusicReview/Ryan_1991.pdf Some remarks on musical instrument design at STEIM.] Contemporary Music Review, 6(1):3–17.
 
Ryan, J. 1991. [http://music.princeton.edu/~dan/plork/PLOrk_reader/papers/contemporaryMusicReview/Ryan_1991.pdf Some remarks on musical instrument design at STEIM.] Contemporary Music Review, 6(1):3–17.
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Rotondo, M., N. Kruge, and G. Wang. 2012. Many-Person Instruments for Computer Music Performance. ''In Proceedings of the International Conference on New Interfaces for Musical Expression.'' Pittsburgh.
  
 
Spitzer, J. and Zaslaw, N. 2004. ''The Birth of the Orchestra.''<span style="font-style: normal"> Oxford: Oxford. </span>
 
Spitzer, J. and Zaslaw, N. 2004. ''The Birth of the Orchestra.''<span style="font-style: normal"> Oxford: Oxford. </span>
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Wang, G., D. Trueman, S. Smallwood, P. Cook. 2007. [http://music.princeton.edu/~dan/plork/PLOrk_reader/papers/CMJ/CMJ.Wang.PDFPlus.pdf The Laptop Orchestra as Classroom]. Computer Music Journal Spring 2008, Vol. 32, No. 1: 26–37.
 
Wang, G., D. Trueman, S. Smallwood, P. Cook. 2007. [http://music.princeton.edu/~dan/plork/PLOrk_reader/papers/CMJ/CMJ.Wang.PDFPlus.pdf The Laptop Orchestra as Classroom]. Computer Music Journal Spring 2008, Vol. 32, No. 1: 26–37.
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Wang, G. 2008.  [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/~ge/thesis.html The ChucK Audio Programming Language: A Strongly-timed and On-the-fly Environ/mentality].  Ph.D. Thesis.  Princeton University.
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Wang, G., G. Essl, and H. Pentinnen. 2008. [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/groups/mcd/publish/files/2008-icmc-mopho.pdf Do Mobile Phones Dream of Electric Orchestras?.] ''In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference.'' Belfast.
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Wang, G., N. Bryan, J. Oh, and R. Hamilton. 2009. [http://ccrma.stanford.edu/groups/mcd/publish/files/2009-icmc-slork.pdf Stanford Laptop Orchestra (SLOrk).]  ''In Proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference.'' Montreal.
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Wang, G. 2014. [https://ccrma.stanford.edu/~ge/publish/2014-cmj-ocarina.pdf Ocarina: Designing the iPhone's Magic Flute.] ''Computer Music Journal.'' 38(2):8-21.
  
 
Weidenbaum, M. 2006. [http://www.newmusicbox.org/article.nmbx?id=4659 Serial Port: A Brief History of Laptop Music]. NewMusicBox.
 
Weidenbaum, M. 2006. [http://www.newmusicbox.org/article.nmbx?id=4659 Serial Port: A Brief History of Laptop Music]. NewMusicBox.

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The PLOrk Reader

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