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Language peer sets for ELMOL:
United States
United States/1970
Designed 1970
1970s languages
Third generation
High Cold War
Genus Sound-Synthesis
Specialised Languages
Sound-Synthesis/United States
Sound-related/United States
Phenomenological/United States
Specialised Languages
Specialised Languages/1970
Specialised Languages/us


alternate simple view
Country: United States
Designed 1970
Genus: Sound-Synthesis
Sammet category: Specialised Languages

for Electronic Music Oriented Language

Also ELMOL 70

Jed Marti, St . Olaf College in New Ulm, Minnesota 1970

A language to use the computer with a musical instrument, the Moog Synthesizer

There are digital-to-analog converters which convert a binary number from the computer into an analog voltage which affects the Moog Synthesizer. Compiler is written in FORTRAN IV for IBM 1130.


  • Marti, Jed (1970) Marti, Jed "The ELMOL 70 Programming Logic Manual", unpublished, 1973
  • Marti, Jed (1970) Marti, Jed "The ELMOL 70 Programming System Manual", unpublished, 1973
  • Marti, J. B., (1973) Marti, J. B., "ELMOL: A Language for the Real Time Generation of Electronic Music," Extract: Introduction Extract: Mechanism Extract: Structure
          in [SIGPLAN] (1973) SIGPLAN Notices 8(07) July 1973
  • Sammet, Jean E. (1973) Sammet, Jean E. "Roster of Programming Languages for 1973" p147
          in (1974) ACM Computing Reviews 15(04) April 1974
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