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Our Research Transforms the Musical Experience

Our Research Transforms the Musical Experience

Research at the Center for Music Technology focuses on creating innovative musical technologies that can transform the way we create, experience, and learn music. Areas of interest include education, robotic musicianship, machine learning, digital signal processing, musical informatics, new interfaces for musical expression, sonification, acoustics, music cognition, mobile music, interactive music, and networked music, among others.

Research in the Center is conducted under five main research groups: Music Informatics, Robotic Musicianship, Computational Music for All, Computational and Cognitive Musicology, and Brain Music.

Explore What We Do

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Robotic Musicianship

We facilitate meaningful musical interactions between humans and machines, leading to novel musical experiences and outcomes.
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Music Informatics

We design the next generation of intelligent music software, creating new ways to produce, access, and enjoy music.
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Computational Music for All

We seek to engage a broad and diverse public in creative and collaborative music-making.
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Brain Music

We combine brainwave data and new music technologies to bring health and well-being to others.
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Computational and Cognitive Musicology

We aim to build user-friendly technologies to assist scholars, educators, and music lovers.

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