The purpose of this study is to describe and explainhow technology is integrated into the university applied music studio in American colleges and universities. In addition, it aims to explain how studio professors perceive the benefits and potentials of technology in studio instruction from the most basic form to the most advanced. This will be accomplished through an online questionnaire. The population for this survey is collegiate instructors of applied music in the United States. After consideration of options, I decided to use the members of the ATMI (Association of Technology in Music Instruction) as the sampling frame for this population. I chose ATMI because the people involved with this organization are known in the professional community, as experts in application of technology to instruction. Also, a majority of the 150 members are college music professors throughout the United States and are the best source of information about names of professors who are actively integrating technology into studio private instruction.