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Sep. 02, 2012

IAMUS, el ordenador que compone música

by Luis Quevedo

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En el podcast hemos hablado con Francisco Vico, padre de IAMUS, el superordenador que compone música. Escucha aquí el diálogo y, más abajo, puedes ver videos con algunas de sus composiciones siendo interpretadas por músicos de carne y hueso.

 

Alphard

 

Hello World! violin, clarinet and piano.

About Luis Quevedo

Luis is the Spanish Language Producer for NPR-Science Friday/ Recovering scientist that moved away from the bench and towards the light of the cathode ray tube of tv. He is a filmmaker, writer, producer, tv-host, and cultural agitator.

The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Science Friday.

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