The World’s First Neural Synthesizer Creates Music From Human Cells

The World’s First Neural Synthesizer Creates Music From Human Cells

CellF explore the possibilities of creating music and art through bioengineering

Eva Recinos
  • 10 may 2016

The ways that we can make music continue to expand thanks to experiments that explore how technology can create unique sounds. Guy Ben-Ary takes this theme one step further by exploring how bioengineering can result in a totally new of making music.

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