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Max Mathews

The daddy of computer music, pioneering researcher Potential Mathews programmed the first-ever computer-generated sounds, setting into movement a technological and creative revolution that continues even today. A telecommunications engineer and beginner violinist employed in Bell Phone Laboratories’ acoustic and behavioral analysis department through the middle-’50s, Mathews was originally designated to …

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