IBM 704  (Other voice synthesizer)

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The IBM 704 Data Processing System was a large-scale computer designed for engineering and scientific calculations. Its predecessor was the 701, and its sister computers were the 702 and 705 Data Processing Systems, designed primarily for commercial applications. All four types could be used for both scientific and commercial applications.

The IBM 704 is one of the first computers that allowed for speech synthesis, and the first to sing, its first song being Daisy Bell. It would later inspire one of the development names for Vocaloid, then named the "Daisy Project" (source, source 2).

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The IBM 704 Data Processing System was a large-scale computer designed for engineering and scientific calculations. Its predecessor was the 701, and its sister computers were the 702 and 705 Data Processing Systems, designed primarily for commercial applications. All four types could be used for both sci...

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Release date 3/7/1954
Type O Other voice synthesizer
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Official links IBM Archives
Unofficial links Website (Reference)
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Derived voicebanks Dandy 704
Statistics Followed by 1 user(s). 1 rated song(s). 1 rated album(s) (average album rating is 5).
Addition date 7/27/2019 11:28:06 AM

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    Music from Mathematics (Played by IBM7090)


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Cover Daisy Bell C
Max Vernon Mathews feat. IBM 704

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