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US composer and computer programmer Roger Meyers took part to the completion of the Pantograph computer music interface in 1976 with Joel Chadabe, George Kindler and Richard Lainhart. In 1977, in cooperation with Chadabe, Meyers conceived the first programmable sequencer, known as the Play Program. The pair later collaborated on other projects, like Settings for Spirituals, 1977, a Chadabe composition for which Meyers assisted with computer programming. Written 1979, Meyers’ track After “The Pond” (after Charles Ives) is an exquisite sonic mobile…
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