What we're about

Welcome to The Music Technology MeetUp, the largest group in North America focused on the music and Technology communities. The Music Technology MeetUp is for anyone who is interested in connecting with veterans in the Music and Technology industries and those who simply love music and want to learn more about how technology has shaped the way we consume, create, and monetize music.

The Music Industry has never been so "high tech", from streaming services to DRM and blockchain-related payment systems. Whether you are a software developer working on a music-related project, someone interested in working in the music industry, or a musician seeking to learn more about how technology can help record and promote your band, you are in the right place.

The Music Technology Group is a not-for-profit group. We have partnered with some great sponsors, so our events are always 100% free of charge! (Complimentary food, beer, snacks, and other beverages -- all free of charge -- are served, hence the need to RSVP to our events.)

Our founders -- including one of Canada's most prestigious and experienced broadcasters, Alan Cross (http://ajournalofmusicalthings.com/about_me/) -- have a long history of working in the technology and music industries and are here to facilitate networking and partnership opportunities, talk about free and low-cost current technologies and how they relate to broadcasting and record sales, and help bridge the gap between the technology enthusiasts and music fans. Learn, Share, and Connect! We look forward to having you as a member of our Meetup group.


For Sponsorship opportunities please email Nathalia Ribeiro at nathalia@musictechnology.ca

We'd like to thank our supporters and sponsors: Thanks to Sheridan College, Humber College, Trebas Institute, Senecca College, University of Toronto, York University, Ryerson University, Metalworks Institute, Steam Whistle, SOCAN, Harris Institute, BayBloor Radio, and the Monthly Music Hackathon Toronto for their support.

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