Category:Max Mathews

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Max Vernon Mathews born November 13, 1926, Columbus, Nebraska, USA – April 21, 2011, San Francisco, CA, USA) is a pioneer in the world of computer music.

Working at Bell Labs, Mathews wrote MUSIC, the first widely-used program for sound generation, in 1957. For the rest of the century, he continued as a leader in digital audio research, synthesis, and human-computer interaction as it pertains to music performance.

Max Mathews 
American pioneer in computer music
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Date of birth13 November 1926
Date of death21 April 2011
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