School of Computing and Engineering

Digital audio engineering

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What is it about? 

Our course in digital audio engineering is designed to equip students with the technical and transferable skills for a gratifying career in digital audio. The contemporary course demonstrates how digital audio is a key aspect to many modern industries including music, media and gaming, and how there is a significant need for people with creative and practical abilities to ensure digital audio is implemented into these areas successfully. Students on this course will gain the critical and analytical skills needed to apply their knowledge to real life scenarios, and the wide range of resources available means that students will have access to specialist equipment that will prepare them for what the industry has to offer. 

Who's it for? 

Digital audio engineering is an innovate course that is aimed towards people who are seeking an active career in audio engineering. The course enables students to deal in a wide range of audio application developments, even allowing them the possibility of collaborating with students in other areas of the University, such as the London Collage of Music, to explore the multiple avenues the subject can lead to.  

What will I learn? 

Modules in this course are designed to provide students with all the tactical information to become an expert in audio engineering. Modules cover: 

  • Mathematics and Signal Theory 
  • Digital Signal Processing 
  • Audio Programming 1
  • Audio Programming 2
  • Engineering Audio Technologies 
  • Engineering Research Methods 
  • Project 

What can I Study? 

MSc Digital Audio Engineering (full-time and part-time available) 

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