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conception: Atau Tanaka
Audio: the Artists
MP3 encoding: Asphodel, Ltd.
Flash design: Vivian Selbo
additional help from:
Swift MP3, a free tool to create
streaming sound Flash files from MP3 files.
MP3 player code: Den Ivanov, Cleopatra Art
and David Frackman, nodalspace.net
Open-source Flash 5 code: Flash-kit,
Invaluable advice: Michaël Samyn
Kroeger bitmap font: miniml
SUGGESTED FURTHER READING
Burnett, Henry, and Hilary Tann, eds. Tradition and Renewal in the Music of Japan, Perspectives of New Music27, no. 2 (Summer 1989): entire issue.
Hatanaka, Minoru, and Takeo Nokaki, eds. Sound Art-Sound as Media(Tokyo: NTT Publishing Co., Ltd, 2000).
Loubet, E. The Beginnings of Electronic Music in Japan, with a focus on the NHK Studio: The 1950s and 1960s, Computer Music Journal21, no. 4 (Winter 1997): 11-22.
. The Beginnings of Electronic Music in Japan, with a focus on the NHK Studio: The 1970s, Computer Music Journal22, no. 1 (Spring 1998): 49-55.
Stofer, Franck, ed. Japanese Independent Music(Bordeaux: Sonore, 2001).