In the run-up to the AES 2022 International Conference on Automotive Audio, taking place in Dearborn, Michigan, the Audio Product Education Institute (APEI) presents a special webinar event focused on the future of automotive audio workflows. In this session, Roger Shively will lead a discussion with John Whitecar (DSP Concepts), Evan Bunner (Tymphany), and Matt Marchese (Tymphany) on the evolution of automotive audio systems, technology, and implementations.
The AES Audio Product Education Institute promotes a second online session to explore Immersive Audio in automotive audio design and applications, and how these technologies enable the expansion of vehicle acoustic perceptions. Experts from DSP Concepts and Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS will discuss how immersive audio experiences are driving automotive audio speaker design, how existing formats are being used, and the challenges of tuning and distributing sound for the intended experience.
Expanding on a series of webinars to explore automotive audio design and applications, the Audio Product Education Institute (APEI) presents a session focused on Immersive Audio, exploring the different ways to translate actual immersive audio content and generate immersive experiences. To detail these topics and discuss the available technologies and solutions, Roger Shively, invited Mathias Johansson, the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer of Dirac Research, and Andreas Ehret, Director, Automotive at Dolby.
The Audio Product Education Institute (APEI) promotes an online event discussing the challenges in the automotive supply chain, for those companies and professionals working in automotive audio and acoustics. The event will outline the evolution and growing product development requirements for this very complex market, from the perspective of its distinct education pillars, sharing real lessons learned from suppliers and actual cases.
Continuing to explore automotive audio design and applications, the Audio Product Education Institute (APEI) is proud to present a new webinar addressing remote sound tuning of the in-vehicle acoustics and sound systems. Among other methods, this approach combines computer modeling, measurement and tuning parameters to compute a simulation of impulse responses, frequency responses and acoustic combinations, with possible virtualization. In this session, Roger Shively ((JJR Acoustics, LLC) APEI’s Automotive Pillar Chair will welcome presentations and a panel discussion with four automotive industry experts, discussing their experiences with demonstrations of the methods used.
This new APEI Automotive Audio webinar will offer the first open discussion in the audio community of Acoustic Vehicle Alert Systems (AVAS) and external Sound Design of automobiles. This session will cover the legislation around silent vehicles, the regulations created both in Europe and the U.S. how they differ and how they could conflict with existing vehicle noise regulations. The creative tools for design and main features to consider in audio processing in automotive audio applications, the exterior sound design of vehicles and AVAS, and by extension interior sound enhancement, will be covered.
The Audio Product Education Institute presents a new webinar on Automotive Audio. This session will discuss the features that are common to all kinds of processing, and ones that are unique to audio processing. Its most distinctive characteristic is its need for processing to be deterministic for predictive control. This becomes more difficult due to some standard computer hardware techniques, such as caching and virtual memory.
January 19, 2021
Direct Validation of Computational Acoustic Results for Automotive Cabin Simulations
The Audio Product Education Institute is proud to present a new webinar series on Automotive Audio, exploring practical approaches in designing and implementing automotive sound systems. This event will be presented by Roger Shively (JJR Acoustics) APEI’s Automotive Pillar Chair, with two presentations from Mads Herring Jensen (COMSOL), and Christof Faller (Illusonic), exploring simulation, visualization, tuning, and auralization of a car cabin.