What Does Music By Software Engineers Sound Like?

Fundraiser album for National Computing Museum      25/04/13
What Does Music By Software Engineers Sound Like?


If you believe the stereotypes,  you might  expect music created by full-on computer boffins to be less than thrilling. Well thats not the case, this collection befittingly called "Music By Programmers" there's a pretty ecclectic collection of electronic compositions.

Put together as a fundraising exercise for the National Computing Museum in Bletchley Park - home of the codebreakers from World War II.

Tracks have been created by Jason, Chris Whitworth, Yuriy O'Donnell, Peter Camfield, Lance Walton and Brian P Hogan. Biographies and track notes can be found on musicbyprogrammers.com.

The download will be available from 29th April from CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon MP3 and Google Play, and every penny of the profits goes directly to the Bletchley Park Trust and The National Museum of Computing. You can also pre-order on iTunes.

 

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