Surround Sound Subjective Test Design 4

Hi there,

If you are reading this chances are you are coming from the set of three posts I made about my experiences in building a Max 6 patch which would allow me to playback surround sound files in accordance to ITU BS.1116, record and process the results.


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The MOOC – *cheesy music* – Education for the Futureeeeeeee

Education to the masses

One of the more interesting and out there class projects I completed recently was to design a method of recording classes and distribute them around to students at home and abroad. That project was quite suited to the University of Salford and it’s MediaCityUK campus. It has the equipment and the student talent on hand that would be required. Television students to record class with a couple of cameras and get that edited. It has the sound department there to ensure that goes well too. What a perfect way to combine a practical project and assessment towards a student’s grade while also vastly improving the reach of the University.

But I suppose there are problems associated with that. Modules change year by year, or at least they should if a University takes student feedback in any way seriously! Content will change, assessments adjusted and delivery tweaked. Add to that the interesting challenges associated with a live recording of a class! In the quest to provide the best education, these are problems that will sort get sorted I am sure.


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