Is there a definitive list of music pop/rock bands/groups that included computer programs as part of their physical analogue audio music releases? (vinyl LPs, EPs, singles) etc?
For this to be possible, they would have used an established encoding process for recording programs on to tape, e.g. Kansas City Standard or variant, including CUTS.
Vinyl analogue audio music media would have sufficient audio frequency bandwidth and dynamic range to accomodate such recordings error free, I should think.
Such a concept of combining music audio and digital data on physical analogue media resembles the concept with the CD: where CD mixed mode and CD plus CD extended standards. CD audio was the red book standard, CD-ROM was yellow book and CD plus (separate audio and CD-ROM parts on same CD) was the blue book standard - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow_Books Some of those latter standards appeared to come after the aforementioned here vinyl with computer program concept - wonder if that inspired those later CD standards?
I've kicked off this Q&A with an initial answer.