The fundamental mission of the Sound Synthesis Research Center is to study, explore, and develop electronic music through the lens of science and technology. To do this, the students, faculty, visiting artists and lecturers engaged in the Sound Synthesis Research Center will focus on the artistic cultivation, academic advancement and research and development of electronic music.
Throughout the year, the Music and Technology Program at Stevens, in conjunction with the Sound Synthesis Research Center, will host various residency opportunities, including an Artist-In-Residence program. This will provide visiting musicians and artists an opportunity to utilize the resources of the Center for the cultivation of their craft. Visiting artists will present special lectures, presentations and performances that showcase the Sound Synthesis Research Center and encourage students to take advantage of the resources available.
How to Support the SSRC
The Sound Synthesis Research Center will be equipped with an array of historic and state-of-the-art electronic instruments and computer systems which, taken together, tell the important narrative of the history of music and technology and form the foundation of a groundbreaking facility for the advancement and development of sound research.
In order for Stevens to secure the vital components for the Sound Synthesis Research Center, we need your support. Stevens Institute is reaching out to our industry colleagues seeking contributions or loans/gifts of the vital resources essential to the creation of the Sound Synthesis Research Center. Your contribution will be earmarked for the exclusive purpose of developing this important, pioneering and innovative facility at Stevens Institute of Technology.
As a sponsor of the Sound Synthesis Research Center your contribution will become a central part of the artistic, academic and research endeavors of the Music and Technology students and faculty at Stevens.
Click Here to make a gift to the Sound Synthesis Research Center. Please select "Other" under the designation tab and write in "SSRC".