Turing’s Computer Recording Restored

The computer recording of Alan Turing’s digital piece has finally been restored after 65 years. The piece starts with a mixture of Baa Baa Black Sheep, The National Anthem and Glen Miller’s ‘In the Mood’.

Jack Copeland (l) and Jason Long (r)

Jason Long and Jack Copeland (Professor of University of Canterbury in Christchurch) have successfully restored the recording to what it intended to sound like in 1951 and it has shown to be a true landmark of the first digital recording.

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