and the Origins of Digital Arts
Don Slepian has long been connected with Bell Labs computer music. He first met the Bell Labs scientist Dr. Max Mathews as a terrified 9 year old passenger on Max's sailboat off of Cape Cod in the summer of 1962. Perhaps Dr. Mathews did not inspire confidence at the helm of a small sailboat in rough waters. Slepian worked as a Technician in the computer music output room in Max's laboratory during the summer or 1971 and helped build some of the fixed tuned resonance synthetic timbre electronics that became parts of the GROOVE system and the first Bell Labs digital violin in the mid-70's.
Above is Don Slepian's classic "Sea of Bliss" with a visual accompaniment.
Together retitled, "Algorithms inTime"
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