Undergrad research with Nexo STM system
We’ve been having fun this week playing with a Nexo STM rig generously lent to us from local Derby hire firm, Sound of Music. The Nexo system has been brought in as part of the final year research project of BSc (Hons) Sound, Light and Live Event Technology student, Mark Stubbs. Mark has been looking into...Read More
MSc student scoops 2nd place at AES competition
Ross Hammond, who is currently studying on our MSc Audio Engineering programme and graduated last year with a first class honours degree in BSc (Hons) Sound, Light and Live Event Technology, placed second in this year’s Audio Engineering Society UK Postgraduate Student Research Competition, held at King’s College London. Ross’s research is a continuation of...Read More
Current MSc student starts work at B&W
Simon Durbridge, who is currently working on his dissertation on the MSc Audio Engineering programme and graduated from our BSc (Hons) Sound, Light and Live Event Technology programme, has just started work for Bowers and Wilkins as a DSP Engineer. Simon has been studying the MSc part-time while holding down full-time employment. Before joining B&W...Read More
New hemi-anechoic chamber up and running!
Even though the official opening of the Derby’s new STEM Centre isn’t until next academic year, Adam and Bruce have managed to gain special access to the building so that our undergraduate and postgraduate students can use the new hemi-anechoic chamber for their research and practical work. So far, we’re loving the new facility and...Read More
360 VR Pics!
Recently, the University has been putting together a virtual open day tour for the web (for VR and web). In order to do this, we took a few 360 pictures of our resources. Here’s our dedicated Live Event Teaching Space – this is an example setup with a small example of the equipment we own...Read More