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Workshop: Improvisation with Live Instruments using SuperCollider. / Reuben, Federico.

2012. SuperCollider Symposium 2012, London, United Kingdom.

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Reuben, F 2012, 'Workshop: Improvisation with Live Instruments using SuperCollider', SuperCollider Symposium 2012, London, United Kingdom, 16/04/12 - 18/04/12. <https://youtu.be/6RXN2-BzLio>

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Reuben, F. (2012). Workshop: Improvisation with Live Instruments using SuperCollider. SuperCollider Symposium 2012, London, United Kingdom. https://youtu.be/6RXN2-BzLio

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Reuben F. Workshop: Improvisation with Live Instruments using SuperCollider. 2012. SuperCollider Symposium 2012, London, United Kingdom.

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Reuben, Federico. / Workshop: Improvisation with Live Instruments using SuperCollider. SuperCollider Symposium 2012, London, United Kingdom.

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