|Synopsis||In 1962 a group of musicians, mathematicians and electrical engineers gathered at Bell Labs where they composed and recorded one of the first albums of computer generated music called Music From Mathematics. The film 7090 is a graphic response to this historic sound recording.|
|Production||Liverpool School of Art & Design (financed)|
|Note||A graphical meditation about computer music and the Daisy Bell, the first song ever uttered by a computer.|
|Note||All music featured in the film has been taken from the album Music From Mathematics Played by IBM 7090 Computer and Digital to Sound Transducer, published by Brunswick Records in 1962.|
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