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Music Technology Lab

The Music Technology Lab in the School of Music (Room 1108) is a state-of-the-art facility designed for the study and practice of applications in music technology.

The lab is equipped with 16 student workstations and an instructor workstation with overhead projection capability. Each workstation in the lab includes a Apple Macintosh iMac with 27" monitor, 4 GB ram, and 1TB hard drive and a Korg Triton Pro keyboard with Digital Performer, Sibelius, Pro Tools, Garage Band, and Aurelia software installed. Each computer in the lab includes a AVID M-Box Mini as audio interface.

In addition, all computers are connected to the Internet and professional quality printing (including oversize printing on an HP 5200 printer) through a high-speed Ethernet connection.

See also:
Computer Music Studios | Music Technology at Maryland | Music Theory & Composition Division | Ethnomusicology & Musicology Technology Lab