The course runs over 105 hours of lessons and hands-on at RCF facilities with industry experts
Italy - RCF will present the 10th edition of the Sound Engineering University Course, which will be held from May to October. From the roots of electroacoustics to the complete design of live audio projects based on real case studies, the course is developed over 105 hours of lessons and hands-on at RCF facilities with industry experts. 
The primary goal of the course is to provide engineers with specific knowledge of the latest technologies related to sound, transducers and speaker systems and their applications in the professional market. An international reference project carried out by RCF engineers will be used as a studying guideline to be followed during the course.
Organised in modules, the course takes the participants through the basis of electro-acoustics components like transducers, amplifiers and digital processors till the design of a complete audio project based on a real case study.
All technical content provided in this course will be completed by the direct experience of RCF laboratories. The course is organised by the Department of Sciences and Methods for Engineering of the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, in collaboration with RCF.
The learning topics are grouped into four modules as follows: Environmental Acoustics for indoor-outdoor spaces including design and simulation methods; Transducers and speaker systems including clusters, arrays, and point source configurations; Electronics including circuit analysis, filters, amplifiers, and DSP; Sound systems design including practical experiences in measurements, listening tests, and tuning.
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