M.I.T. Experimental Electronic Music Studio

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M.I.T. Experimental Electronic Music Studio

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The Experimental Electronic Music Studio at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT) was founded by Barry L. Vercoe in 1973. It was the first facility in the world to dedicate digital computers full-time to computer music research and composition. It was integrated into the MIT Media Laboratory in 1985.


Cambridge, Massacusetts

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Created March 26, 2020.




Nyssim Lefford, Eric D. Scheirer, and Barry L. Vercoe, "An Interview with Barry Vercoe," Experimental Music Studio 25 (February 1999).

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