The unique Digital Composition Contest is organized by the Tallinn University former Institute of Fine Arts Department of Music since 2014. The initiator of the contest is the professor of Music Teaching Methodology dr. Tiina Selke. The winning works are presented as part of the award in the Young Composers Lab concert.
The 2015 Head of Jury was the internationally well recognized Estonian composer Priit Pajusaar and among the jury members was also the USA music theorist, composer and Online-Education specialist dr. Paul Beaudoin, who was in Spring semester 2015 Fulbright Scholar at the Department of Music. Main organizers of the contest are sound design module head, lecturer and musician Avo Ulvik, musicology lecturer, composer and musician Gerhard Lock, and music lecturer and musician dr. Marit Mõistlik-Tamm; in 2014 and 2015 an important part in organizing had the former study coordinator of the Department of Music Liisi Järve. The contest is planned to become international.