Audio Technology Master’s student Ibrahim Onafeko presented his research last Saturday at AU’s 2019 Robyn Rafferty Mathias Student Research Conference. Onafeko’s research focused on the tonal coloration present in reflective rooms versus sound-proofed recording booths intended for voice recording. Onafeko is interested in applications of his work to sound recording and postproduction for radio and… continue reading ATEC MA Student Presents Research on Soundproof Rooms
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American University Masters student in Audio Technology Jack Anthony presented his graduate research Monday, October 29, and the DC Chapter Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, the premiere professional scientific organization for the study of sound and hearing. Jack won first place (and a $150 prize) in the Best Student Presentation competition for his… continue reading AU Audio Technology Student Wins Best Presentation at DC Scientific Meeting
Jolene Carter, recent AU graduate in film and audio technology, shot a short film of her day traveling around Washington, DC. But instead of using a normal microphone, Carter designed a unique rig that connected her camera to a binaural microphone. Using this setup, it’s possible to hear the full 3D auditory cues around the… continue reading Experience DC in 3D Audio with ATEC Student’s Film Project