The Music Technology Group (MTG) of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, part of its Department of Information and Communication Technologies, carries out research on topics such as audio signal processing, music information retrieval, musical interfaces, and computational musicology. The MTG wants to contribute to the improvement of the information and communication technologies related to sound and music, carrying out competitive research at the international level and at the same time transferring its results to society. To that goal, the MTG aims at finding a balance between basic and applied research while promoting interdisciplinary approaches that incorporate knowledge and methodologies from both scientific/technological and humanistic/artistic disciplines.
In June 2019, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary, we organized the BCN Music Technology Forum, an event that included more than 50 talks, posters, demos and live music, and in which participated past and current members plus collaborators coming from different parts of the world.
To learn about our research labs, projects, or developed software and datasets, go to the Research section. If you are interested in knowing about technologies being licensed, or initiatives to promote industrial collaborations, visit the Tech Transfer section. For information about education and outreach activities, including pre and post graduate education, creative and music related initiatives, community resources, or dissemination, visit the Education & Outreach section. You can also contact us for any other information about the MTG.
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