Music User Experience Design 2019–2020

Applications open Monday, July 22, 2019, for the Music User Experience Design (MUXD) for the fall 2019 and spring 2020 semesters. This is a collaborative experience exploring signal flow, connectivity, musical expression, user interface, and sound and art installation.

The Creative Technologies Lab (CTL) at Berklee is seeking creative, motivated, and skilled alumni, students, staff, and faculty to participate in a six-month musical user experience design project. Under the direction of Berklee faculty, 10 applicants will be chosen to participate in this unique professional development and creative experience. The team will learn from and work with the likes of Moog Music, Roger Linn, and Cycling ‘74. Participants will spend time at Moog’s Synth Wonderland in Asheville, North Carolina, and collaborate on an installation for Moogfest 2020. The experience will conclude with building and executing the installation at Moogfest.

Selected participants will gain:

  • A deep arsenal of knowledge and skills through unique professional development opportunities
  • Expanded professional network
  • Equal credit on the resulting art piece to be added to their body of work
  • Up to two elective credits following successful completion of the program (optional; Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students only) 


About the Creative Technologies Lab

The Creative Technologies Lab (CTL) is a place for us to innovate, create, and connect on a large scale inside our field of work and all adjacent mediums. 

The subtext to everything we do is to create connections between our internal Berklee communities (Berklee College of Music; Boston Conservatory at Berklee; Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain; Berklee Online; PowerStation at BerkleeNYC; and the faculty, staff, administrative, and alumni communities) and professionals and industry partners outside our community who are doing important, innovative work that needs to be amplified. We make human connections between people across disparate communities through the projects we execute.

Questions? Please email