Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions

Music Technology

Welcome to Music Technology

Studio Facilities

New York University’s program in Music Technology unveiled its new James L. Dolan Music Recording Studio, a 7,500 square foot multifunctional teaching, recording, and research space designed by Gensler and the Walters-Storyk Design Group. One of the most technologically advanced audio teaching facilities in the United States, the new spaces greatly enhance the 10 existing studios which house the Music Technology program. The studio is located on the sixth floor of 35 West 4th Street.

About the Music Technology Program

Music Technology at NYU Steinhardt is a leading and internationally recognized program in music, sound and audio technology. Students prepare for successful careers in sound engineering, computer music, audio-visual production and post-production, mastering, scoring for film and multimedia, audio for games, software development, and multimedia production.

Students study with premier faculty in New York City, the heart of the nation's new media and music industries, and join an active community of scholars, artists and engineers exploring the cutting edge of technology and music.

As part of a large and active department, the Music Technology program emphasizes the integration of musical and technical skills. Music Technology maintains a close alliance with the NYU Performance and Composition programs, encouraging collaborations that explore new relationships between experimental and traditional approaches to music. In addition, the Music Technology program offers an extensive internship program at major recording studios, new-media web-related companies, music-scoring houses and other music industry enterprises.

Students may earn a Bachelor of Music degree in Music Technology, a Master of Music degree in Music Technology, or a Doctor of Philosophy in Music Technology. Students are also encouraged to take advantage of special courses offered abroad and during the Summer.

State-of-the-art facilities include 10 fully equipped recording and computer music studios, listening rooms and research labs where over 40 Music Technology specialization courses are taught.

 


Dr. Kenneth J. Peacock, Ph.D. Professor of Music
Director, Music Technology Program.

Dr. Agnieszka Roginska, Ph.D. Assistant Professor of Music
Associate Director, Music Technology Program

 

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