Keyword(s):Computing , Historical Electroacoustic Instruments , Synthesis and Resynthesis Techniques , Computer Music , Electronic Music
This article describes the musical sounds first produced in the 1950s by CSIR Mk I (a stored-program electronic digital computer later known as CSIRAC) when there were no digital-to-analog converters for playback, no techniques for working with digital audio, and little in the way of a complete theory of digital audio.
All references of the same author:
(English)Doornbusch, Paul (2002b). A Brief Survey of Mapping in Algorithmic Composition