Joshua D Reiss – Professor of Audio Engineering

Intelligent Sound Engineering are pleased to announce our lead academic, Joshua D Reiss has been promoted to Professor of Audio Engineering.

Professor Reiss holds degrees in Physics and Mathematics, and a PhD in Chaos Theory from Georgia Institute of Technology. He has been an academic with the Centre for Digital Music in the Electronic Engineering and Computer Science department at Queen Mary University of London since 2003. His primary focus of research is on state-of-the-art signal processing techniques for sound engineering, publishing over 160 scientific papers and authoring the book “Audio Effects: Theory, Implementation and Application” together with Andrew McPherson. Along with pioneering research into intelligent audio production technologies, Professor Reiss also focuses on state of the art sound synthesis techniques.

Professor Reiss is a visiting Professor at Birmingham City University, an Enterprise Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and has been a governor of the Audio Engineering Society from 2013 to present.

Welcome to our blog

Hi everyone, and welcome to our new blog, provisionally titled ‘Intelligent Sound Engineering.’ We are the Audio Engineering research team within the Centre for Digital Music at Queen Mary University of London.

This blog is for us to discuss anything of interest to us. It will touch on research subjects like audio effects, sound synthesis, music production, acoustics, psychoacoustics, intelligent systems design and more. But we’ll also chat about any interesting news items, what we (or our colleagues) have been doing, and what it is like to be engaged in academic research.

Don’t forget to check out our youtube channel, IntelligentSoundEng, with around 50 videos.

Please get in touch.