Monthly Archives: January 2015


As part of my PhD at Queen Mary University I have been involved in teaching as a Teaching Assistant (TA)

Last semester (Sept-Dec 2014) I was the TA for the Masters Level Course: Sound Recording and Production Techniques (ECS614/ECS749).
This course introduces students to the practical and technical concepts of contemporary music production. Areas covered include: basic physics of sound, sound capture and reproduction, music production tools and techniques, and psychoacoustics.

This semester (Jan – April 2015) I am the TA for Undegraduate Course: Introduction to Digital Audio (ECS415).
This course is an introduction to the field of audio technology.  It covers basic acoustics and sound concepts, analogue and digital audio technologies, sound capture and reproduction, audio signal representation plus signal processing concepts. Included in this course are practical exercises in critical listening and design.