IoA Reproduced Sound set to visit Derby

IoA Reproduced Sound set to visit Derby

This year’s Reproduced Sound conference (organized by the Electro-Acoustics Group of the Institute of Acoustics) has chosen to visit the Entertainment Engineering group here at the University of Derby on 21 November. The evening will include live/interactive demonstrations of the research our academics and PhD students are involved with, including: interactive demonstrations of ambisonics, 3D audio […]

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University of Derby announces partnership with Y Not Festival

University of Derby announces partnership with Y Not Festival

We’ve recently partnered up with Y Not Festival, which is certain to give our students even more real-world learning experiences. We’re very excited for what we’ll be able to accomplish working with Y Not. Read the full press release by following the link below. Source: University of Derby announces partnership with leading music festival Y […]

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Year 0 students rise to coursework challenge

Year 0 students rise to coursework challenge

Students on the Year Zero Sound, Light and Live Event Technology and the Year Zero Broadcast Engineering and Live Event Technology were tasked to create a video to complement a 2 minute song as part of an assessment. James Riddell rose to the challenge by capturing his own video footage (although success came at a […]

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Further recognition for MSc student

Further recognition for MSc student

Current MSc Audio Engineering student and BSc (Hons) Sound, Light and Live Event Technology graduate, Ross Hammond, has continued to impress the audio community with his ongoing research into speech intelligibility. Ross recently took part in the research competition at this year’s AES Up Your Output competition, held in Southampton, and was awarded 2nd place for […]

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MSc grad starts work at MQA

MSc grad starts work at MQA

Recent MSc Audio Engineering graduate, Haydon Cardew, has just started working as an engineer at MQA. Haydon demoing a Microsoft HoloLens on a visit to Microsoft Research in Cambridge last year MQA stands for Master Quality Authenticated, which is an exciting new audio format that helps to ensure that audio delivered to listeners is exactly what […]

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