The 1951 recording of three songs played on Turing's computer has been restored to its intended sound.
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The world's oldest known recording of computer-generated music has been restored to its former glory by a team from the British Library. Taken from an acetate cut recording made by the BBC in 1951, the selection of three songs was g...
You want old skool electronic music? How about 1951? Researchers at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand have just restored what is probably the oldest piece of recorded, computer-generated music. Recorded in 1951, the rendit...
The record disc captured three songs: "God Save the King," "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep" and Glenn Miller's famous swing melody "In the Mood."
New Zealand researchers said Monday they have restored the first recording of computer-generated music, created in 1951 on a gigantic contraption built by British genius Alan Turing.