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Topic: Building the Simplest Computer for personal use in music reaearch
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Benjamin Cuong Phu Nghiem

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Building the Simplest Computer for personal use in music reaearch
Posted: Jul 2, 2012 1:52 AM
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The simplest personal computer consists of a Hard Disk and a Microprocessor. Visually, we deal with 2 boxes, one for Messages and the other for Dialog. These boxes are connected through a System Menu which can be a TREE or Pure Numbers Distribution (Geometrical Trajectories) called for MUSIC KEYS.



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