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Music and Audio Research Laboratory

Projects

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Publications

The following is a list of all publications by MARL researches while at MARL. For a full publication list for a particular author, please visit the author's personal webpage.

Resources

Various resources created at MARL.

Music and Audio Research Laboratory is an interdisciplinary center at the intersection of science, technology, music and sound, with research connecting a wide range of fields from computing and artificial intelligence, immersive experiences and algorithmic composition, to the latest advances in neuroimaging of the human brain. Our work focuses on (a) understanding and modeling the human cognitive and neural mechanism supporting music and sound processing, (b) innovating the analysis, organization and retrieval of acoustic data, and (c) advancing applications of high societal value in health, accessibility, creativity, and education.

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MARL Seed Award Program

MARL is pleased to announce its inaugural call for seed award applications! MARL is committed to funding new projects that bring together scholars working at the intersection of music, sound, science, and technology.

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Music Research in Immersive Audio

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News & Updates

Music Tech Student Engineers at Premier Studios in Times Square

Nathaniel Pollard has been working as a music producer and a recording and mixing engineer at Premier Studios in Times Square.

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Music Technology Professor’s Team Wins ASCAP-NYC Media Lab Challenge

Pablo Ripollés and his team were selected as one of 5 winners of the ASCAP-NYC Media Lab Challenge.

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Music Tech Grad Student Engineers Hits

Fermin Suero, Jr. is achieving professional success as a vocal engineer.

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Music Tech Alumna Emily Lazar Wins Grammy

Emily Lazar becomes the first woman mastering engineer ever to take home the Best Engineered Album (Non-Classical) Grammy for her work on Beck’s “Colors”.

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