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Music: Digital Studio Introduction

Course 2015-2016

Admissions requirements

Basic knowledge of mathematics

Description:

These classes are designed to provide a solid background for dealing practically with the physical and mathematical representations of sound signals and sound processing systems. The course treats standard topics like the decibel, sampling, fundamental periodicity and the build-up of acoustical wave fields. By the end of the first year, student will have an in-depth understanding of the Fourier Transform. In part 2, attention shifts to system characterisation and the concepts of filtering, convolution, impulse response measurement, nonlinear systems and modulation techniques.

Date, time and location

Wednesdays, 10:30–12:30.

BEA 6 / Computer Studio 1, Royal Conservatoire, Juliana van Stolberglaan 1, 2595 CA Den Haag, 070 315 15 15

Teaching method:

Individual work

Course load:

3 ects.

Time table:

First and second term. Course takes place at the Royal Conservatory, Juliana van Stolberglaan 1, Den Haag (near The Hague ).
Information will be announced here shortly.

Registration

Register for this course via uSis.

Contact

Rogier Schneemann
Kees Tazelaar, e-mail: k.tazelaar@staff.koncon.nl or info@sonology.org.

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