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Entertainment Engineering is a specialist subject group within the Department of Electronics, Computing & Mathematics in the College of Engineering & Technology, University of Derby, UK.
On this site you can explore our teaching and research activities, including browsing the courses we currently offer, downloading software we’ve developed over the years, reading our staff blog posts and exploring what our graduates have gotten up to after graduating.
Feel free to get in touch regarding anything on the site. We’d love to hear from you!
Recent blog posts (click here for the full blog):
Here’s a new blog post from one of our lecturers, this time looking into how cardioid subwoofers like to have a lot of breathing room (they’re very anti-social!). The results shared in the post were from a BSc (Hons) Sound, Light and Live Event Technology student’s final year research project, which was later published and […]Read More
We had a visit last week from local loudspeaker company, 3 Square Audio. They were interested in having a series of measurements taken of their latest loudspeaker design. PhD students Alex Vilkaitis and Jon Moore, along with lecturer, Mark Dring, took the lead with the tests in our hemi-anechoic chamber. The group took measurements including: […]Read More
Another recent post from one of our lecturers, Adam Hill. This time, we look into the use of plug-ins for live sound and if plug-ins can cause engineers to lose focus on what’s really important. Follow the link below to have a read! Source: Time to get unplugged (in)? – Adam J. HillRead More
One of our lecturers, Adam Hill, has written a blog post on his site about live sound subwoofer array efficiency and how we’re probably not talking about it in the right way. Have a look by following the link below! What is subwoofer array efficiency, anyway? – Adam J. HillRead More