Last weekend Rob Rehrig and I presented a poster and the iOS app that it was about at AES 135 in New York. The app was called Psychomasker, and is a tool for real-time visualization of the perceptual encoding process used in the MPEG standard. It’s purpose was to allow people to see the pyschoacoustic model used in that standard in an easy-to-understand way. The paper is up in the publications section, and we hope to have the app up for free in the app store soon!
I had the pleasure of presenting a paper as an Engineering Brief at the 134th AES Convention in Rome, Italy. A PDF of the paper is available under the publication page. As well as a great vacation in Italy it was a great chance to present my paper to an international audience and hear some great talks about the state of Audio Engineering!
A description of the REmulator Tape Delay Plugin and a link to download the VST plugin is now posted in the Plugins section!
Following the end of spring semester I’m working on updates to my website that will reflect the projects that I did this last semester. The list of things to look forward to includes plugins, a transmission-line speaker design, and an AES publication. Please excuse any website mess while I work on the new pages and posts.
Please check out my Speech Processing Project 1 page for a collection and analysis of the phonemes of American English in my voice.
I just added a few projects to the acoustics page, an assignment on Doppler effect, and an assignment on Loudspeaker array behavior. Check them out!