Spectral-based technical ear training (TET) programs generally require the user to identity, by means of matching or absolute identification, one or more parameters of an equalizer applied to a stimulus signal. Numerous TET programs have been developed to date, targeted at either consumers, employees (for in-house training), or students (delivered within educational institutions). Corey’s 2010 suite of programs featured the first commercially available TET programs developed using Max software, deployed as stand-alone applications on CD-ROM. This paper details the development of a new TET program developed in Max, successfully deployed in the Apple App Store. “SAE Parametric Equalizer Training” is a TET application designed to teach students to identify the center frequency of a parametric equalizer applied to any imported audio files.
Bassett, Mark; Martens, William L.
Affiliations: SAE Institute Byron Bay, Byron Bay, NSW, Australia; University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia(See document for exact affiliation information.)
AES Convention: 141 (September 2016) eBrief:298
Publication Date: September 20, 2016
Subject: Education, Network Audio, & Signal Processing
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