Category: Explanations

For your enjoyment: Digitally Controlled Analog Surround Sound Panning   Presentation:   Circuit Explination:   Presentation documents: 0 – TPJ – Technical Presentation 0 – TPJ556-FINAL report DCASSP-COMPLETE 0 – TPJ556-FINAL report DCASSP-SCHEMATICS V1     Project Source Code:   …

Arduino Project – Digitally Controlled Analog Surround Sound Panning – Open Source Read More »

Adding to the book list for 2015.  Lots learned and so much more to learn!

Someone picked my brain the other day looking for a technique to compress language files. After walking away to think about it… my method was to re-order the ASCII code to the letters by their frequency and the most common words …

On Compressing the English Language Read More »

Learning about harmonics, this handy calculator helped with understanding the math.  I love excel!

I was lucky enough to get to visit the new Atmos mix room at Deluxe Toronto.  This was the deadest big room I’ve ever been in.  It was impressive to hear the system.  Being a part of the AES gave …

Dolby atmos Read More »

Dave Adams did my a solid today.  I needed some support cut to exactly 1.6 *12 plus 0.02 worth of “wiggle room” spaced over 12 modules.  He has the tools and knows them too well!  Thanks again Dave! 

Imax – The Next generation of IMAX sound –  12 Channel configuration – and LASER projectors, about time!! Had a fantastic experience with the new IMAX sound system at the AES meeting held at Technicolor. The “Upper Quad” ceiling speakers …

IMAX- The Next generation of IMAX sound – 12 Channel configuration – and LASER projectors, about time Read More »

Bob Katz book “Mastering Audio the art & the science” 2nd ed.

A fantastic and very thorough history of sound recording and playback systems in theatres

To better understand the behavior of a Passive Resistor Inductor / Resistor Capacitor I built another excel calculator…. ly

a whole semester summed up in one drawing   From the Art of Electronics second edition – Paul Horowitz and winfield Hill  

So a client taught me a valuable lesson this week: Never solder (tin) the copper on an electrical cable.  The more whiskers of copper making surface contact the better.  Maximize surface contact!

I’ve been calculating a lot of components in series lately for an ECR255 class. I’ve also had to graph them on impedance diagrams and a power triangle. In an effort to better understand the math I made a calculator for …

RLC calculator for components in series Read More »

In the 70’s and into the 90’s WBS used a Schadow switch in almost every product they built. Different buttons required different offsets so “GOLDEN RULES” of design were made up so each engineer was on the same page. I …

schadow switch mounting information Read More »

I thought this was very interesting

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