Music Technology - General

Ballora, Mark.  Digital Audio and Acoustics for the Creative Arts. Oxford University Press, 2016. 

Mark Ballora, “Studio Report: Music Technology at the Pennsylvania State University.” Proceedings of the 41st International Computer Music Conference, September 25-October 1, 2015, University of North Texas, Denton, TX.

Mark Ballora. “Electronic and Computer Music.” Chapter in Music in American Life: An Encyclopedia of the Songs, Styles, Stars, and Stories that Shaped our Culture, Jacqueline Edmondson, ed. ABC-CLIO Greenwood.  October 2013, 387-395. 

Mark Ballora and Curtis Craig (2013). "Consilient Spheres of Influence in a Land Grant Setting." Organised Sound, 18, pp 201­206 doi:10.1017/S1355771813000113 

Clinician, Rockland County Music Educators’ Association Conference Day, Orangeburg, NY, November 11, 2010. Two presentations on digital audio basics and a step-by-step guide to creating a podcast.

Mark Ballora. “Building A Program From Scratch: Creating A Music Technology Presence At Penn State University.” EMS10 (Electroacoustic Music Studies Network), Teaching Electroacoustic Music: Tools, Analysis, Composition. June 21-24, Shanghai, China.

Mark Ballora, Curtis Craig. “PSU Studio Report.” International Computer Music Conference, June 1-5, 2010, NYC/SUNY Stonybrook University, NY.

Keynote presenter, International Conference of Music Education, National Taichung University, Taiwan, October 13-14, 2007.

Ballora, Mark, "On Teaching the History of Electro-Acoustic Music." College Music Symposium, v. 46, Fall 2006.

Ballora, Mark. “Teaching Electroacoustic Music: Issues of History, Context, Pedagogy, and Student Expectation.” 2006 Symposium of the Electroacoustic Music Studies Network (EMS06), Beijing, October 19-21, 2006.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: Get With the Interaction."  Electronic Musician 20(3), February 2004, 88-94.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: Look Through Any Window."  Electronic Musician 20(8), July 2004, 70-75.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: You’ve Got the Power."  Electronic Musician 20(11), September 2004, 82-88.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: Can You Believe Your Ears?"  Electronic Musician 20(13), November 2004, 84-89.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: Standing Tall."  Electronic Musician 21(1), January 2005, 76-81.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: Get with the Program."  Electronic Musician 21(4), April 2005, 78-80.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: What's in a Word?" Electronic Musician 21(5), May 2005, 88-90.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: Some Like It Hot" Electronic Musician 21(6), June 2005, 88-90.

Ballora, Mark. "Square One: Loop Your Dishwasher" Electronic Musician 21(8), August 2005, 96-98.

Ballora, Mark. “Square One: Vive La Difference” Electronic Musician 22(3), March 2006, 70-72.

Ballora, Mark. “Square One: Frequency vs. Pitch” Electronic Musician 22(9), September 2006, 78-80.

Ballora, Mark. “Square One: New Tricks for an Old Dog” Electronic Musician 22(10), October 2006, 84-86.

Ballora, Mark. “Square One: Open Sound Control” Electronic Musician 24(11), November, 2008, 64-66.

Ballora, Mark, 1996.  “Current Stereophonic Developments and their Musical Implications.” 
4th International Conference on Music Perception and Cognition, McGill University. 

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