“Sounds of the City: Alfred Newman’s ‘Street Scene’ and Urban Modernity.” Jay Beck and Anthony Grajeda, editors Lowering the Boom: Critical Studies in Film Sound (University of Illinois Press, 2008).
“Stretched from Manhattan’s Back Alley to MOMA: a social history of magnetic tape and recording,” Technocultures of Music, Rene T. A. Lysoff and Leslie C. Gay, Jr., editors, Music and Culture series. Hanover: Wesleyan University Press, 2003.
“Sounds of the City: Alfred Newman’s ‘Street Scene’ and Urban Modernity,” in Street Scene: Der urbane Raum im Musiktheater des 20. Jahrhunderts. Veröffentlichungen der Kurt-Weill-Gesellschaft Dessau, vol. 6, Stefan Weiss, Jürgen Schebera, editors (Münster/New York/München/Berlin; Waxman Verlag GMBH) 2006.
“Fantasy and the concert hall: musical performance in the electroacoustic age.” Reconstruction: a journal of cultural studies [Winter 2004/4.1] “Technology and historiography: or, the science fiction of everyday life” ISSN 1547–4348 (http://reconstruction.eserver.org/041/TOC.htm).
“A Composer's Amanuensis on the Web.” Proceedings of the 1998 Internation Computer Music Conference. Ann Arbor, MI: International Computer Music Association, pp. 393–398.
“A Beginner’s Guide to Wiring a Project Studio” New Ways 9(1) [Winter, 1994], Grand Rapids, Yamaha Corporation of America, 26–27.
“Do I Really Sound Like That — Recording Technology and Musical Practices” New Ways 8(5) [Winter, 1993], Grand Rapids, Yamaha Corporation of America, 45-57.
ICMC Session Review, “Session XII: Interactive and Generative Processes”, in Array, Journal of the International Computer Music Association, Spring 1998.
“A Report from the 1994 National Educational Computing Conference” New Ways 10(1) [Winter, 1994], Grand Rapids, Yamaha Corporation of America, 30–31.
Matthew Malsky is on the faculty at Clark University, where he is a Professor of Music, Director of the Computer Music /Recording Studio, and recent chair of the Department of Visual and Performing Arts.