Phonos project is an initiative of the Music Technology Group at Pompeu Fabra University in collaboration with Phonos Foundation.
With this project we want to promote cultural activities related to research in music technology. This initiative fosters that the results of research have a direct impact on the cultural and artistic world, encouraging innovation and the intersection between music and technology.
This is a project open to society in which, working with organizations and individuals outside the university, we develop awareness-raising workshops on sound and music, offer creation grants and organize a regular series of concerts among other dissemination activities.
Campus de la Comunicació
Universitat Pompeu Fabra
C/ Roc Boronat 138
Phonos Foundation is a pioneer institution in the field of electroacoustic music in Spain. It was created in 1974 by J.M. Mestres Quadreny, Andres Lewin-Richter and Luis Callejo. And many of the electroacustic musitians in Spain attended the courses of the composer Gabriel Brncic at Phonos. Since 1994 the Foundation is linked to Pompeu Fabra University, promoting the use of technology, especially computers, in the music.
The Music Technology Group (MTG), integrated within the Department of Information Technologies and Communications of the UPF, specializes in digital technologies related to sound and music. The MTG wants to contribute to the improvement of information technology and communications related to sound and music, seeking a balance between basic and applied research and promote interdisciplinary approaches that incorporate knowledge from disciplines both scientific / technological and humanistic / artistic.