Creativity. You feel it in your soul — a deep bassline that just cannot be ignored. And when sound speaks to you, you must talk back. All you need is the correct vocabulary, the right mentors, and the right community to drive your musical innovations forward and create a sound that’s all your own.

Electronic Music Collective began with the idea that community is what drives artistic goals. We have created a music education community that will support you to develop fully as an artist, producer, and performer. We aim to inspire, guide, and develop your sound. Located in a state-of-the-art 9,000-square-foot building in the historic Finacial District of downtown Manhattan, our facility is designed to teach you the language of music. Our facility features acoustically treated classrooms, private lesson rooms, a dedicated recording studio with a 48-Channel Solid State Logic, AWS Delta SuperAnalogue™ Console, and a live performance concert space. Students attending EMC will use these spaces and industry-standard equipment throughout their studies.

When it comes to professional artistic development, Electronic Music Collective has you covered. Our progressive programs blur the lines between musician, DJ, and producer. While studying at EMC, you’ll share the studio with established musicians and DJs who’ll teach you the modern artist’s touch, feel, and sounds. With your mentor’s guidance and the passion of like-minded peers, you’ll lift one another toward your creative goals. Whether recreational, professional, or looking to develop your skills into a career, our programs are designed to empower you to be your best creative self. Our courses include introductory and advanced learning paths in Ableton Live, Logic Pro, the art of recording and mixing, DJing, and more. We look forward to empowering you to meet your artistic goals while giving you the experiences you’ll need to pursue your passion and self-enrichment. Follow us on social media at @makemusicemc, or sign up for our newsletter to hear about our courses, upcoming events, and user groups.