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The Department of Music and Professor Ed Campion have created an undergraduate music and technology curriculum built on the history of technological innovation coming from the Center for New Music and Audio Technologies from 1990 to the present.  The CNMAT tools run in cycling74’s Max/MSP environment and are focused on real-time musical applications and best-practices for low-latency human-computer interaction.  

The Keith McMillen Instruments QuNeos are installed in the Music Department’s teaching lab for music and technology and are providing an ideal starting point for students to explore the CNMAT Music and Technology toolsets. With the QuNeos in place, students are successfully exploring the creation of new hybrid digital instruments.

The QuNeo provides dependable control with enough fine-grain resolution to effectively control the complex synthesis algorithms offered by the CNMAT tools.

If you are an educator interested in having QuNeo or any other Keith McMillen Instruments gear in your classroom or lab we would love to hear from you! Just email us at and we’ll see what we can do for your students!