I often find at this time of year my 2nd year (Level 5) students need a bit of help for the looming mountain that will be their Final Major Project / Dissertation. I wrote this guide last year, and I’ve just updated it to include another piece of work on how to generate ideas. Let […]
Category Archives: Academic Papers
The poster presented as Convention Paper 8772 at the AES133 can now be found here.
Robert Davis, my fellow student at UWS, and I are presenting an evening of spatial audio in conjunction with the Audio Engineering Society’s Scotland branch. Link and information here.
The latest addition to this site is a user-guide for using WigWare plug-ins and Reaper DAW software. Continual development of the document will occur over the next week or so, so any comments via email would be appreciated. Major revisions of either the plug-ins or Reaper will also be included. There is also a template that […]
Due to the madness that was creating my transfer paper, I missed this; The article, by Dr Rumsey, featured a whole host of papers that provided worthy of discussion. My paper for the 25th UK conference was included – so worth checking out if you’re a member of the Audio Engineering Society.
The final version of the Audio Engineering Society #128 poster; Ambisonic Hardware Poster.
“A Comparative Analysis of Surround Sound Formats and the Current Practical Applications of Ambisonics”
Here is a copy of the recently completed transfer report: MPhil to PhD. This details the wider field, context and details the specifics in the study that will be completed for a Doctoral submission.
Audio Engineering Society, London, February 2011, 41st Conference, A. J. Horsburgh, Dr K. McAlpine, Dr D. F. Clark. The paper: A Perspective on the Adoption of Ambisonics for Games (AES Link)
Audio Engineering Society London May 2010 128th conference (Convention paper 7977, A. J. Horsburgh & Dr D. F. Clark). The paper; Ambisonic Decoders; Is Historical Hardware the Future? (AES Link)
I’m the last paper up during the conference – so, if anyone’s interested in how Ambisonics has been used (also, we offer some suggestions on future implementations) .. then please come along, watch and say hi. Friday @ 1500!