Digital signal processors abound, but a DSP is only as good as the processes that it executes and the person that deploys it. An experienced practitioner is required to configure a DSP for a specific task.
Course 120 – Digital Signal Processing will help you understand:
✅ The importance of gain structure with regard to DSP performance
✅ The various types of mixer blocks, including auto-mixers
✅ Digital filters, including “analog-like” IIR filters as well as FIR filters
✅ The meaning of “phase response” and how it is used to classify filters
✅ The use of DSP to optimize the response of a loudspeaker
✅ Advanced processes, such as Acoustic Echo Cancellation or AEC
✅ Methods for controlling peak and RMS signal levels using DSP
Understanding the universal principles of these processes will help you deploy DSP solutions quickly and effectively, removing the guess-work with regard to DSP settings. It is perfect for prepping for any manufacturer’s DSP training course.
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Course materials for you to keep include the video transcriptions. This is a great resource for reviewing what you have learned.
SynAudCon training is set up similar to college courses. The lower level courses lay the foundational principles for the upper level courses. Course 50 – How Sound Systems Work and Course 100 – Principles of Audio are the suggested perquisites for this course. Taking the self-evaluation quizzes will help you determine if you need to take those courses first.
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