Fernando published in eContact!

"Sharing the Source: A very brief history of computing at CCRMA"

by Fernando Lopez-Lezcano

"In 1964 the first sounds created by computers at Stanford were being calculated by John Chowning and David Poole on an IBM 7090 using Music IV, and played through a shared disk in a PDP1 using the vector scope D/A converters. It was the Computer Music Project."

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