Music app wins first place at HopHacks!

A team of first-year computer scientists won the grand prize OF $1,024 at HopHacks, the bi-annual hackathon held this fall on the Homewood Campus. The team members – who are also musicians – saw the need to create an app that can assist with the efficiency of transposing music.

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