Our Research Transforms the Musical Experience
Research at the Center for Music Technology focuses on creating innovative musical technologies that can transform the way in which we create, experience, and learn music. Areas of interest include education, robotic musicianship, machine learning, digital signal processing, musical informatics, new interfaces for music expression, sonifciation, acoustics, music cognition, mobile music, interactive music, networked music, among others.
Research in the Center is conducted under four main research groups: music informatics, robotic musicianship, computational music for all, and acoustics.
Explore What We Do
AcousticsLearn More about Acoustics
This research strives to bridge the fields of music, engineering, and technology using state-of-the art techniques.
Music InformaticsLearn More about Music Informatics
We design algorithms and software to enable new ways of producing and accessing digital music.
Computational Music for AllLearn More about Computational Music for All
This research seeks to engage a diverse public in creative and collaborative music-making.
Robotic MusicianshipLearn More about Robotic Musicianship
We work to facilitate meaningful musical interactions between humans and machines.