Roger B. Dannenberg

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Dannenberg playing trumpet.
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Musings on Music and Technology


I have begun (in 2020) writing short articles to share on various topics. Here is the index.

About the Author

Roger B. Dannenberg is a Professor of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. He is known for a broad range of research in Computer Music, including the creation of interactive computer accompaniment systems, languages for computer music, music understanding systems, and music composing software. He is a co-creator of Audacity, perhaps the most widely used music editing software.

Audio Latency – Some Measurements

22 September 2020.

Music Performance over Networks and the Latency Problem

29 July 2020.

Building Music Systems with O2 and O2lite

22 May 2022.

Developing a Web Audio Worklet in C++ Using WASM

22 May 2022.