Guest lecture from G.R.A.S.

Guest lecture from G.R.A.S.

Per Rasmussen, Technical Director at G.R.A.S., visited us last Thursday to give our staff and students a master class on measurement microphones. This was part of the G.R.A.S UK University Roadshow 2016. Per covered everything from the basics of how a condenser microphone operates, to going through the variables which shape the time and frequency […]

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MSc student featured in this month’s LSi magazine!

MSc student featured in this month’s LSi magazine!

One of our current MSc Audio Engineering students, Ross Hammond, has been featured in this month’s issue of Lighting and Sound International. Ross graduated with a 1st class degree from our BSc (Hons) Sound, Light and Live Event Technology programme and is the recipient of the Don and Fran Pearson Award from the Audio Engineering Society, […]

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Introducing LowFAT

Introducing LowFAT

If you’re familiar with what we do here in the Entertainment Engineering group at the University of Derby, you’ll know that we like to create useful bits of software and make them free for anyone to try out. Just this week saw the release of the Low-Frequency Acoustics Toolbox (LowFAT), which is an updated and […]

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Open Sound Control Assignment Examples

Open Sound Control Assignment Examples

We’re keen to give our students a good depth and breadth of technical skills in order to prepare them for current and future technologies in Entertainment Engineering.  For example, our Sound, Light and Live Event Technology and Broadcast Engineering and Live Event Technology students tackle an assignment in year 2 where they are tasked with coding an […]

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First ever 360 degree audio/video open day broadcast!

First ever 360 degree audio/video open day broadcast!

Teaching and research collided in spectacular fashion Wednesday evening at the Entertainment Engineering Open Day session at the University of Derby. Staff and current BSc (Hons) Sound, Light and Live Event Technology and BSc (Hons) Broadcast Engineering and Live Event Technology students worked together to use YouTube’s new feature allowing live streaming of 360 degree […]

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