Audio Technology, autek10
2011-05-17: A re-exam (omtenta) will be given in the beginning of June. You will be required to submit a proposed exam problem no later than 6 June; then the home exam will be active from 8 June to 17 of June 2011. Please e-mail me now if you want to take part.
2011-03-07: The course analysis from 2010 is provided here.
Thank you for an enjoyable round of this course, and I hope to see many of you
2011-11-14: your home exam has now been marked. The results are available at http://rapp.nada.kth.se
2010-11-09: The instructions for the Laboratories that start next week are now online, please follow the link Lab Sessions below.2010-11-16: Tomorrow, Wednesday 17/11 we have two sessions: one at 8-10 in the morning, in room D32. This will be an exercise on sampling rate conversion and general issues with basic audio signal processing. Then at 13-15, ROOM CHANGE, in Fantum (NOT in V21), I will start on software architectures for audio.
2010-11-08: On Tuesday 16th November there will be another field trip, in the evening, to Studio Blue. This is a recording studio and a sound technician school located to the south of the city. The visit there starts at 19:30 in the evening. Please follow this link ( => Kontakt) for instructions on how to get there. Our host is Claes Wettebrandt, a veteran sound engineer and instructor.
2010-10-29: On Wednesday 10 November, the session at 13-15 will be a field trip. We will visit the studio of Stockholm Mastering at Artillerigatan 81 (http://www.stockholmmastering.se/en.html). Our host is Sofia von Hage. On arrival, call her on 076-628 0644 and she will come and open the door. They can receive about ten people at a time, so we may need to split into two groups, at one o'clock and two o'clock, sharp. The tutorial session (övning) on A/D-D/A and sampling-rate conversion will be given on 17 November.
2010-10-14: The brand new book Ken C Pohlmann: Principles of Digital Audio, sixth edition, is now available by mail order, and it is affordable; see the Literature section.
Welcome to the Audio Technology home page! This course is given by the Music Acoustics Group at the Department of Speech, Music and Hearing. Course co-ordinator and main lecturer: Professor Sten Ternström. All relevant information is available here and in the course guide. We will have four guest lecturers during the course. Please check this page every now and then for up-to-date information on the course.
The first lecture of the course will take place on 25 October at 15:15-17:00, in the lecture room Fantum of the TMH department. The address is Lindstedtsvägen 24, level 5. It is important to attend this lecture, because you will need quickly to form groups for the course assignment and to sign up for the laboratory sessions. Also, it is important for us to know exactly who will be attending the course. If you cannot attend on this first occasion, please let me know in advance, so that I can plan for you anyway. If you would like to attend this course but have not yet registered for it, please come anyway.
Sten Ternström, firstname.lastname@example.org
The first lectures, on spatial audio, will be given by our regular guest lecturer Dr Damian Murphy from the University of York. His lectures have been very popular every year, so you will want not to miss them!