A total of 10 items listed.
Music for the masses
Richard Gray, Mirek Stiles and Jon Eades
Abbey Road Studios is using its engineering expertise to allow musicians recreate its classic sound wherever they want to record.
How to maximise loudspeaker quality
Dr Jack Oclee-Brown
Replication of sound without distortion has long been a challenge for makers of home stereo speaker systems
High risk modelling; Sustainable games; Entrepreneurs' award; Ready to respond; Wind energy report; Accessible ATMs
Talking to machines
Professor Steve Young FREng
How speech recognition systems behind voice-driven personal assistant devices work and are being integrated with the internet and large sets of data
Auralisation - Engineering sound for public places
Rob Harris FREng
Arup Acoustics use virtual environment to develop designs for auditoria with superb sound quality.
Professor Dame Ann Dowling CBE
Creating silent skies
Professor Dowling’s career began working with Concorde and has moved on to working on sustainable urban development.
By Michael Kenward OBE
Hearing in three dimensions
Our remarkable spatial hearing abilities can now be synthesised and used to enhance music processing, virtual reality and maybe even mobile phones.
Vehicle Sound Engineering
Dr Paul Jennings, Dr Garry Dunne and Roger Williams
Creating car sounds that are appropriate to their marques
Surround sound from all angles
Professor Philip Nelson FREng and Professor Hareo Hamada
Southampton and Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo A discussion of the technology behind creating an ‘illusion’ of a virtual source of sound for application in surround sound systems and innovative audio products
The engineering of the concert grand piano
Richard Dain FREng
By using new materials and new analytical tools designers have the potential to improve piano quality