Our new James L. Dolan Music Recording Studio is on the April 2010 cover of Mix Magazine. See the online edition at: http://digital-edition.mixonline.com/
The full article is on page 18.
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The Society of Women in TeCHnology (SWITCH) held its inaugural session Tuesday night (3/9) at the NYU Music Technology Program’s new facility within the Steinhardt School’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions.
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To visit the homepage for the Society of Women in TeCHnology, click here.
The New York University Music Technology program announces its podcast, which describes the program and several of the courses we offer. Access the podcast here (you must have iTunes to access it).
Mix Magazine’s website has published a great story about the new James L. Dolan Music Recording Studio and 6th Floor Facilities. See the article here.
New York University’s program in Music Technology unveiled today 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 facility greatly enhances the existing 12 studios which house the Music Technology program of NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. The studio is located on the sixth floor of 35 West 4th Street.
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The Summer Institute of Music Technology for High School students is celebrating its second year. Students from around the country, and around the world, will be participating in the progam July 6-17.
The Music Technology Program of New York University’s Steinhardt School showcased the latest work by our students. The event consisted of posters, performances and interactive demonstrations spanning a multitude of music and audio related topics. See it here.
The Humanities Initiative has chosen the Music and Audio Research Laboratory (MARL) as one of its working research groups for the period 2009-11. MARL groups scholars from music theory, technology and composition, computer and information science, interactive media and media studies, to explore the intersection between music, computation and science. For more information bout the working research groups visit:
Dr. Juan P. Bello received a grant from the National Science Foundation for $499,992 for the project titled “Analyzing the Sequential Structure of Music Audio.”
Dr. Juan P. Bello is the principal investigator in a new grant by the Institute for Museum and Library Services. The award, totaling $615,405, is for the project “Improving Access to Digital Music through Content-based Analysis”, a collaboration between the Music Technology Program and NYU Library. The announcement is available here: http://www.imls.gov/news/2008/091008a_list.shtm#NY