[sdiy] Pseudo-historic design question

colin f colin at colinfraser.com
Wed Jul 4 10:39:56 CEST 2012

> 1942 eh?  A trip to Bletchley Park then - all the computing 
> power you'd need to generate the music for your "modern" 
> popular beat combo.
>  Tommy to build the sequencer, and Alan to work on the rhythm 
> algorithms.

Only problem being, if you turned up at BP in '42 asking about their
electronic computers, you'd be getting your fingernails pulled out by the
SIS faster than you can say "suspected Nazi agent"...

Colin f

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