NCSA 30 | 1991 May
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May 1991

Sever Tipei

Musical composition moves to the machine room

Sever Tipei, a professor in the University of Illinois' School of Music, saw a connection that, he said, had been lost on many people since the days of the Renaissance. He saw music and computation as sharing a common underpinning. With the help of NCSA researchers, he created a series of pieces that relied on the center's Cray Y-MP supercomputer. He established the parameters using...

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