Charles Dodge (b. Ames, Iowa, June 5, 1942) is an American composer best known for his electronic music, specifically his computer music. He is a former student of Darius Milhaud and Gunther Schuller.Inaugurated the graduate study of computer music at Columbia University where he taught in the music department from 1970-1980.
Subsequently, he founded the Center for Computer Music at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York and taught at the City University Graduate Center. He has received a Woodrow Wilson Graduate Fellowship and two Guggenheim Fellowships as well as numerous commissions and awards for his compositions.
Dodge is best known for his many electro-acoustic works incorporating speech synthesis and for a series of works that combine computer music with live performance. With Thomas A. Jerse, he is co-author of the leading textbook in the field, Computer Music: Synthesis, Composition and Performance.
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