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Experimental Music Studio—MIT Professor Emeritus Barry Vercoe

Founded by Professor Barry Vercoe in 1973, the MIT Experimental Music Studio was the first facility to have digital computers dedicated to full time research of computer music. In this video, Professor Vercoe explains how this burgeoning field in computer-based music technology provides exciting new tools for composition. Learn more about Professor Vercoe and this historic studio at the EMS timeline.

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