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Scientist restore first sweet tunes generated by a computer

There’s something remarkable about hearing the first, sweet and slightly tortured tones conducted entirely through a computer, especially when you consider that they were generated 65 years ago. Researchers at the University of Canterbury recently figured out how to restore a two-minute BBC recording of the first, known computer music, generated through a program developed by Alan Turing. Somewhere between 1948 and 1951, the legendary World War II code-breaker, programmed a massive computer (the Mark…

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Scientist restore first sweet tunes generated by a computer

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