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Digital Songlines from Australia
12 Sep 2005
By: PaulDoornbusch
The Music of CSIRAC
http://thehumanities.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.61/prod.10

A limited number of copies of Paul Doornbusch's book on the music generated by Australia's first computer (CSIRAC) are now available from Common Ground Publishers and also from Amazon.

The Music of CSIRAC charts the history of computer music starting in Australia in the early 1950's, bringing to life the inventive spirit and imagination of the engineers and programmers who decided to make music with a computer. The book includes a CD so you can hear a reconstruction of the original sounds.


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