The objective of this course is to give the students an introduction to audio processing, including a basic understanding of audio and music signals, how these are generated and what their properties are. The course takes its starting point in the physics of sound and how audio signals are measured using computers by sampling and quantisation. The course then covers how to manipulate audio signals using filters and audio effects, like chorus, flanger, phaser, reverb, and equaliser, and how to design and analyse such effects. Moreover, it covers how to synthesise sound and music signals using, for example, physical models. Finally, the course covers how to analyse audio signals using the Fourier transform and auto-correlation.
Refer to the overview of instruction types listed in the start of chapter 3. The types of instruction for this course are decided in accordance with the Joint Programme Regulations and directions are decided and given by the Study Board for Electronics and IT.
Notice: This elective course might not be offered if less than 10 students sign up.
|Name of exam||Audio Processing|
|Type of exam|
Written or oral examIn accordance with the Joint Programme Regulations and directions on examination from the Study Board for Media Technology:
To be eligible to take the exam the student must have fulfilled:
• handing in of written assignments or the like
• completion of certain – or all – study activities
Note that if admittance to the exam or parts of the assessment is to be based on written work or exercises, a deadline is stipulated for when the work must be handed in.
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||Internal examination|
|Criteria of assessment||As stated in the Joint Programme Regulations
|Location of the lecture||Campus Copenhagen|
|Responsible for the module|
|Study Board||Study Board of Electronics and IT|
|Faculty||Technical Faculty of IT and Design|