Subject: Re: a term in French ... or perhaps [insertion]...
From: Innes Andy Park (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon May 30 2005 - 02:06:17 EDT
According to the exhibition Paul Doornbusch helped to set up at Museum Victoria in Melbourne where CSIRAC is located, a computer was originally a young woman, so maybe we should take your word for it Linda regardless of any references pending the definition of young.
I note the sound of valves and clicks is released as music thesedays.. So maybe the 1st computer music was not CSIRAC after all, if music can be unintentional.
Does a computer need to be electrical? If not then the Cross-Grainger free music machine which was mechanical may also be a synchronically aligned candidate for "computer music".
Linda A Seltzer <lseltzer@Princeton.EDU> wrote:
Circular convolution is a specific term in signal processing.
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