Pioneering early electronic music in #HungerGames

I’ve always had an interest in electronic music since I first came across Wendy Carlos and Switched on Bach, so I’m always interested to come across someone new. Yesterday I stumbled across Laurie Spiegel, who worked at Bell Labs, and in addition to composing created algorithmic composition software called Music Mouse.
   She’s currently receiving attention because an early composition of hers, Sediment, features in the current hit movie The Hunger Games.



from The Universal Machine http://universal-machine.blogspot.com/2012/04/pioneering-early-electronic-music-in.html

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About driwatson
I'm a New Zealand author, computer scientist and blogger specialising in Artificial Intelligence. I also have an interest in the history of computing and have just written a popular science book called "The Universal Machine - from the dawn of computing to digital consciousness."

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