Eran Egozy ’95 Promotes Tech Harmony through Interactive Music Systems Class

Eran Egozy ’95, MNG ’95, Professor of the Practice in Music Technology, with support from Leslie Kaelbling, the Panasonic Professor of Computer Science and Engineering, teaches Interactive Music Systems, a hands-on programming and design course where students design musical experiences similar to successful commercial programs like Guitar Hero and Rock Band. Both games were created by Harmonix Music Systems, cofounded by Egozy and fellow MIT alumnus Alex Rigopulos ’92, SM ’94. Read the article in Spectrum.

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