Xref: utzoo alt.emusic:852 rec.music.synth:16920 comp.music:2105 comp.sys.cbm:5372 comp.sys.amiga:70997 misc.forsale:20777 misc.wanted:11953 Path: utzoo!utgpu!freedom!elroy.jpl.nasa.gov!ncar!noao!amethyst!organpipe!astro.as.arizona.edu From: email@example.com (Michael Hicks) Newsgroups: alt.emusic,rec.music.synth,comp.music,comp.sys.cbm,comp.sys.amiga,misc.forsale,misc.wanted Subject: C64 wanted for computer music Message-ID: <392@organpipe.UUCP> Date: 5 Nov 90 21:56:21 GMT Sender: news@organpipe.UUCP Followup-To: alt.emusic Distribution: usa Organization: University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ Lines: 43 CCCCCCCCCCCC 66 44 44 CCCCCCCCCCCC 66 44 44 CCC 66 44 44 CCC 66 44 44 CCC 66 66 444444444 CCC 66666666 444444444 CCC 66 66 44 CCC 66 66 44 CCCCCCCCCCCC 66 66 44 CCCCCCCCCCCC 6666 44 CCCCCCCCCCCC Greetings! I want to fool around with implimenting some ideas regarding algorythmic music composition and I thought that someone's unused, dusty, abandoned (but working) commodore 64 would be a good way to begin. I would also consider mail-order if someone could steer me towards a rock-bottom wholesale outlet. (I am your typical penniless grad student). Art comes from simplifying a problem to its essentials, right? And so it seems that a machine as ancient (classic) as the c64 would be a great way to explore emusic on a very fundamental level. So any help that anyone out there is willing to give, any information towards realizing my goal, would be appreciated. If there is anyone out there who is using the c64 for such a purpose I would really like to talk with you.