Derby students Broadcast sporting event

Derby students Broadcast sporting event

Broadcast Engineering Students help to provide over 12 hours of live coverage of the recent University Varsity Tournament.

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Cardioid subwoofers are claustrophobic

Cardioid subwoofers are claustrophobic

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 […]

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Students help local loudspeaker company with measurements

Students help local loudspeaker company with measurements

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: […]

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Time to get unplugged (in)?

Time to get unplugged (in)?

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. Hill

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What is subwoofer array efficiency, anyway?

What is subwoofer array efficiency, anyway?

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. Hill

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