Georgia Tech Campus Coronavirus Testing

Beginning October 12th, the Couch building at the Georgia Tech School of Music will be used as an asymptomatic testing site. 

The skywalker hand, a prosthetic hand designed to help amputees play music, plays the piano.

We Design the Future of Music

We Design the Future of Music

We’re a different kind of music school. We teach our students to master today’s latest music technologies, and give them the tools to design the future of how we create and experience music.

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Introducing the 2021 Guthman Competition Finalists

The competition has begun, and we want you to be a judge. 

For this year's virtual competition, our selection committee has chosen 29 finalists from 15 different countries. We encourage you to vote for your favorite instruments from this gallery of videos. The instrument earning the most votes will receive one of our prizes and a commission.

A composite photo of Grace Leslie, Roger Linn, Peter Kern, and Raghavasimhan Sankaranarayanan.

The Path Forward: Creativity in New Instruments

This special Guthman Competition panel addresses musical instrument and interface design. Grace Leslie moderates a conversation with Peter KirnRoger Linn, and Raghavasimhan Sankaranarayanan.

Our Recent Work

Our faculty publish their research and academic advancement to several professional journals, as well as to SmarTech, the Georgia Tech library’s repository for Institute intellectual property. Use the links below to experience some of our most recent work!

Freeman, Jason, et al.

"EarSketch: Engaging Broad Populations in Computing Through Music."

Pati, Ashis and Lerch, Alexander

"Attribute-based Regularization of VAE Latent Spaces"

Ting, Chaowen

"When Repertoire is Curriculum: What We Do Not Teach in Collegiate Orchestras"
A woman playing a modified trombone to a crowd of onlooking and smiling students.

Join the 2021 Moog Hackathon

Hosted by Georgia Tech Center for Music Technology and the Georgia Tech School of Music, The 7th Moog Hackathon will be conducted remotely from February 12-21, 2021. High school and college students are invited to compete individually or in groups while observing social distancing guidelines. 
 
Moog Hackathon participants will design and build novel musical instruments using Moog platforms and other software and hardware prototyping tools. Entrants will compete for $6,000 in prizes.  

Snehesh Nag, a graduate student, playing a sitar.

Atlanta: A City of Music, Culture, and Opportunity

Atlanta is one of the country's major cultural capitals, home to Grammy-winning artists in styles ranging from classical to hip hop. 

Georgia Tech is at the center of it all: Our students are part of the city's music and technology scene, and Atlanta's musical leaders recognize the value our students bring to their industries.

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