Paul Doornbusch (PhD, RMIT University), is a composer, researcher, and occasional performer, who works with algorithmic composition systems for traditional instruments and electronics. His book The Music of CSIRAC, documents the repertory of what is now regarded as the first computer in the world to play music. Other publications include chapters in The Oxford Handbook of Computer Music and Sage Music Encyclopedia and journal articles on algorithmic composition and computer music.
Pierre Boulez. Music Lessons: The Collège de France Lectures. Ed. and trans. Jonathan Dunsby, et al (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2019)