Wednesday, June 18, 2008

BBC NEWS | Technology | 'Oldest' computer music unveiled

A scratchy recording of Baa Baa Black Sheep and a truncated version of In the Mood are thought to be the oldest known recordings of computer generated music.

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During the session, the temperamental machine managed to work its way through Baa Baa Black Sheep, God Save the King and part of In the Mood.

Following one aborted attempt, a laughing presenter says: "The machine's obviously not in the mood."

BBC NEWS | Technology | 'Oldest' computer music unveiled

1 comment:

K-Bone said...

Sounds like one of Chris Ropeta's saxophone solos - without the suds & bubbles!