Music Technology

Music Technology at Mason Gross (MTMG) is part of the music department at the Mason Gross School of the Arts. It explores the intersection of music and technology in the areas of creativity, education, and performance. The program fosters research in emerging technologies and technology-based performance practice, and it provides students the technical skills they need to succeed as professional musicians in the 21st century. Courses are offered in recording arts, digital audio composition, electronic music history, interactive music and instrument design.

Facilities include the Sharon A. Fordham Multimedia Lab Classroom, located in the Mabel Smith Douglass Library, and the Robert E. Mortensen Hall Technology Suite and Recording Studio.



Steven Kemper

Read our learning goals and statement of vision for the MA/PhD programs in Music.

Watch this video about a recent symposium on automata from the early-modern period to today: