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You Can Now Listen to the First Computer-Generated Music Ever

Alan Turing at age 16. (Photo: Public domain) Alan Turing is best known for being one of a team of codebreakers who cracked Germany's Enigma machines during World War II, which shortened the war by as many as four years. He was also the father of modern computing, and, evidently, the earliest electronic musician. That's because in 1951 he created the world's first computer-generated music.
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