Part time Master's Degree in Acoustical Engineering in Europe

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A Masters degree is an academic degree awarded to individuals who successfully denote a higher level of expertise. There are two main types of Masters - taught and research.

An audio engineering program can teach students how to become an important part of the professional sound engineering industry. These programs generally focus on providing students training in electronics, digital audio, equalization, mix theory and acoustics for a well-rounded understanding of audio recording.

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Master in Sound and Music Computing

Universitat Pompeu Fabra Barcelona
Campus Part time 1 - 2 years September 2018 Spain Barcelona

Sound and music computing is an interdisciplinary field encompassing the entire sound communication process, from the creation and generation of sounds to their transmission and perception. Using a variety of scientific, technological and artistic methodologies and computational approaches, it examines how we understand, model and generate sound and music. It covers a wide range of basic academic subjects in fields such as music. [+]

Master in Sound and Music Computing

Sound and music computing is an interdisciplinary field encompassing the entire sound communication process, from the creation and generation of sounds to their transmission and perception.

Using a variety of scientific, technological and artistic methodologies and computational approaches, it examines how we understand, model and generate sound and music. It covers a wide range of basic academic subjects in fields such as music (composition, performance, musicology), physics (acoustics), engineering (signal processing, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction, electronics) and psychology (psychoacoustics, experimental psychology, neuroscience). Current areas of application include musical instruments, music production, music information retrieval, digital music libraries, interactive multimedia systems, and auditory interfaces. The UPF's master's program in Sound and Music Computing focuses on the more technical aspects of the field.... [-]