This collection of essays on electroacoustic music explores the creative possibilities to be found in various forms of musical analysis. Taking pitch, duration, intensity, and timbre as the four basic elements of music, the authors discuss electroacoustic works. In this analysis, they examine the applications of neumes, contemporary staff notation, Csound orchestra and score files, time-domain representations, and spectrograms. They take into consideration both the positive (preservation of the abstract) and negative (creative limitation) aspects of these analytical methods. This text contains extensive artwork serving as demonstration, as well as a DVD with sound and video clips.