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Derby welcomes series of guest speakers in early-2019

We’re fortunate at Derby to have many friends in the industry who regularly give their time to come in and give guest lectures/demos to our students. Early-2019 isn’t looking too bad, with guests including: Jon Burton FOH engineer for The Prodigy Jon will be stopping over to talk to our undergraduate and masters students about...
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Students visit The Prodigy

A group of Derby Entertainment Engineering students recently had the chance to get a behind the scenes tour of The Prodigy‘s latest touring production when they were at the Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham last Saturday. The group consisted of students from all years on the BSc (Hons) Sound, Light and Live Event Technology, BSc (Hons)...
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Derby lecturer curates feature for AES members

The AES have rolled out a new monthly feature for AES members called AES Inside Track. Each month a different audio-related topic is explored with a curated list of AES and non-AES resources to get you up to speed on a subject. For August 2018, Derby lecturer, Adam Hill, has put together a list of...
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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

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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