The use of digital reverberation projects to teach audio signal processing
139th Audio Engineering Society International Convention, AES 2015
Hands-on application is essential to the development of practicing engineers capable of designing and implementing digital signal processing methods. The application of digital signal processing to audio applications provides students with instantly gratifying results, and further develops future audio engineering professionals. In order to provide deeper understanding of audio processing techniques, students can be presented with projects that challenge them to create unique applications or methods in the field of audio processing. This work reports the project framework and outstanding student work resulting from implementing this method in a digital signal processing course, as well as the assessment strategy used to evaluate student understanding of key audio engineering techniques.
Innovation and Technology Research
McPheron, B., Cintorino, K., Benoit, N., Hasan, A., Oliveira, K., Senerchia, A., & Wisniewski, D. (2014). The use of digital reverberation projects to teach audio signal processing. 139th Audio Engineering Society International Convention, AES 2015 Retrieved from https://docs.rwu.edu/seccm_fp/60