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Music Technology

BM, Music Technology

Receive a solid foundation in music technology and the liberal arts for a career in fields like sound engineering, post-production, electronic music, and more.

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BM/MM, Music Technology

This dual degree allows you to jumpstart your career in sound engineering, film scoring, multimedia, and software development in just five years.

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MM, Music Technology

Study advanced musical acoustics and computer music composition and work at major recording studios and media companies in the capital of the music industry.

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MM, Music Technology/Advanced Certificate, Tonmeister Studies

Earn a master of music in Music Technology and an advanced certificate in Tonmeister Studies in only three years to prepare for a career in music production.

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Advanced Certificate, Tonmeister Studies

Train for a career as a Tonmeister, supervising technical and artistic personnel during the production of music, sound recordings, and live broadcasting.

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PhD, Music Technology

Prepare for a career in university teaching, research and development, multimedia, and audio computation, at the evolving intersection of music and technology.

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News

"Green Door" Soundtrack Brings Together Alumni

The soundtrack team behind a new Taiwanese mini-series called Green Door is mostly made up of alumni of the Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. The six-episode show hit Netflix in America and 190 other countries in March after premiering in Taiwan where the music received good reviews.

Professors Lawrence Ferrara and Paul Geluso Serve as Musicologists in Copyright Case

On behalf of the defendants Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, testimony by forensic musicologist Lawrence Ferrara, in tandem with that of acoustic musicologist Professor Paul Geluso, paved the way to a "motion for summary judgement" being granted by US District Court Judge Martin Feldman in New Orleans.

Bloomberg Surveillance Interviews Prof. Lawrence Ferrara

Bloomberg News' Tom Keene and Paul Sweeney interviewed NYU Steinhardt Professor of Music Lawrence Ferrara on June 28 during their nationally broadcast radio show, Bloomberg Surveillance.