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FACULTY ELECTRONICS / DEPARTMENT………………

SUBJECT CARD

Name in Polish: Realizacja dźwięku

Name in English: Realization of Sound

Main field of study (if applicable): Electronics

Specialization (if applicable): Acoustical Engineering

Level and form of studies: 1st/ 2nd* level, full-time / part-time*

Kind of subject: obligatory / optional / university-wide*

Subject code: EKES014

Group of courses: YES / NO*






Lecture

Classes

Laboratory

Project

Seminar

Number of hours of organized classes in University (ZZU)

15










15

Number of hours of total student workload (CNPS)

30










30

Form of crediting

Examination / crediting with grade*

Examination / crediting with grade*

Examination / crediting with grade*

Examination / crediting with grade*

Examination / crediting with grade*

For group of courses mark (X) final course

X













Number of ECTS points

2













including number of ECTS points for practical (P) classes













0.5

including number of ECTS points for direct teacher-student contact (BK) classes

0.5










0.5

*delete as applicable

PREREQUISITES RELATING TO KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND OTHER COMPETENCES

K1 EKA_W22

K1 EKA_W14




SUBJECT OBJECTIVES

C1 The students will be introduced to the knowledge of advanced methods of digital edition of audio signals and sound production process.

C2 The students know the structure, algorithms of working, and methods of use and applications of digital audio workstations in a single or multichannel version.

C3 Students get an advanced knowledge of the sound recording, soundscape creation methods, as well as playback methods of multichannel systems and compatibility of recording systems.






SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS

relating to knowledge:

PEK_W01 Student knows and characterizes the elements of computer editing systems (digital audio workstations).

PEK_W02 Student describes basic formats and parameters of soudfiles and knows their graphical representation.

PEK_W03 Student is able to optimize the computer working as a digital audio workstation (DAW) and knows the mechanisms of the service of soundfiles in a commonly used operating system.

PEK_W04 Student knows current knowledge of a background of computer realization of sound.

PEK_W05 Student can describe the sound recording and playback processes by computer.

PEK_W06 Student knows the methods of computer edition and montages.

PEK_W07 Student is able to edit an amplitude and panning of sound.

PEK_W08 Student knows the structure, characteristics, parameters and features of dynamic sound processors and he knows the way of its workong.

PEK_W09 Student knows how to use dynamic processors in a recording process and sound productions.

PEK_W10 Student knows the computer filtering of sound, characterizes graphic equalizers and parametric filters, understands the algorithms of noise reduction and is able to apply them.

PEK_W11 Student knows the block diagrams, algorithms and ways of working of software sound effects as delay, reverb, and knows the ways of their applications.

PEK_W12 Student knows the block diagrams, algorithms and ways of working of software sound effects as chorus, flanger, vibrato, tremolo, pitch-shifter, and knows the ways of their applications.

PEK_W13 Student knows and is able to characterize the important methods of computer sound synthesis, knows the way of working of synthesizers, samplers and digital generators; he knows the ways of digital looping the acoustic signal.

PEK_W14 Student is able to describe the way of realization of different kinds of soundtracks of audio-video files in the form of music layer, dialog layer, and layer of foley and special sound effects.

relating to skills:

PEK_U01 Student is able to use the electroacoustical devices and systems in a sound recording process.



PEK_U02 Student is able to create particular sound image and hearing sensations.



PROGRAMME CONTENT

Form of classes - lecture

Number of hours

Lec 1

Components of digital audio workstations.

1

Lec 2

Formats and parameters of soundfiles and their graphical representation.

1

Lec 3

Optimization of computer for work with sound. Mechanisms of sound file usage in operation system.

1

Lec 4

The background of computer sound realization.

1

Lec 5

Computer recording and playback of sound.

1

Lec 6

Electronic montage of sound.

1

Lec 7

Computer editing of sound volume level and pan position.

1

Lec 8

Dynamic processors.

1

Lec 9

Examples of applications of dynamic processors in sound productions.

1

Lec 10

Programmable sound filtering. Modules of noise reductions and the ways of its usage.

1

Lec 11

Programmable sound effects as delay and reverb. Reverb processors.

1

Lec 12

Programmable sound effects as chorus, flanger, vibrato, tremolo, pitch-shifter, and others.

1

Lec 13

Computer sound synthesis.

2

Lec 14

Examples of realization of sound tracks in audio-video files.

1




Total hours

15








Form of classes - seminar

Number of hours

Sem 1

Selected topics from psychology of perception.

2

Sem 2

Musical editing process. Serial and parallel montages. Mastering.

3

Sem 3

Sound scene analysis.

2

Sem 4

Compatibility of sound recording and playback systems.

2

Sem 5

Live recordings.

2

Sem 6

Opera and theatre sound recording.

2

Sem 7

Sound operating in real time.

2




Total hours

15



TEACHING TOOLS USED

N1. Lecture with multimedia presentations (movies, animations, pictures, sound).

N2. Examples of sound realization – playback of sound material.

N3. Examples of sound realization and edition with adequate software.

N4. Consultations.

N5. Homework – self reliant research, knowledge establishing, preparation for qualification test.

N6. Seminar presentations and discussions.



EVALUATION OF SUBJECT EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS ACHIEVEMENT

Evaluation(F – forming (during semester), P – concluding (at semester end)

Educational effect number

Way of evaluating educational effect achievement

F1

PEK_W01-W14

Attendance checking, control questions during lecture time, explanation of indicated problems, qualification test to check the knowledge acquired during the lectures.

F2

PEK_U01-U02

Attendance, activity, preparing presentations.

P1 = mark from the lecture qualification test weighted proportional up for > 75 % attendance (until +0.5 of mark maximally for 100 % of attendance); P2 = mark for seminar presentation;

P = 0.8·P1+0.2·P2, but P2 have to be positive (P2 ≥ 3.0)





PRIMARY AND SECONDARY LITERATURE

PRIMARY LITERATURE:

  1. Ballou, G., Handbook for Sound Engineers, The New Audio Cyclopedia, SAMS a Division of Macmillan Computer Publishing, USA, 1991.

  2. Bateman, A., Paterson-Stephens, I., The DSP Handbook, Algorithms, Applications and Design Techniques, Prentice Hall, England, 2002.

  3. Butryn, W., Dźwięk cyfrowy, systemy wielokanałowe, WKiŁ, Warszawa, 2002.

  4. Czyżewski, A., Dźwięk cyfrowy, wybrane zagadnienia teoretyczne, technologie i zastosowania, Akademicka Oficyna Wydawnicza EXIT, Warszawa 2001.

  5. Davis, G., Jones, R., Sound Reinforcement Handbook, Hal Leonard Corporation, Milwaukee, USA, 1990.

  6. Hacker, S., MP3: The Definitive Guide, O'Reilly & Associates Inc., 2000.

  7. Holman, T., Sound for Film and Television, Focal Press, USA, 2002.

  8. Huber, D.M., Runstein, R.E., Modern Recording Techniques, Focal Press, 2001.

  9. Lyons, R.G., Wprowadzenie do cyfrowego przetwarzania sygnałów, WKiŁ, Warszawa, 2000.

  10. Miranda, E.R., Computer Sound Synthesis for the Electronic Musician, Focal Press, Great Britain, 2001.

  11. von Mobius, W., Magia sygnału - cyfrowa elektroakustyka, HELION, Gliwice 1996.

  12. Opieliński, K.J., Problem opóźnień w komputerowych systemach edycji dźwięku, Materiały X Sympozjum Inżynierii i Reżyserii Dźwięku ISSET 2003, Wrocław, 2003.

  13. Opieliński, K.J., Rychlicki, J.J., Symulacja akustyki środowisk i pomieszczeń za pomocą komputerowych systemów edycji dźwięku, Materiały X Sympozjum Nowości w Technice Audio i Wideo, Wrocław, 2004.

  14. White, P., Creative Recording - Effects and Processors, Cambridgeshire: Music Maker Books, 1993.

  15. Witkowski, L.B., O stereo i kwadrofonii, WKiŁ, Warszawa, 1990.

[16] Wyatt, H., Amyes, T., Audio postproduction for Film and Television, Focal Press, 2005.
SECONDARY LITERATURE:

  1. Bartlett, B., A Scientific Explanation of Phasing (Flanging), JAES, 18(6), 1970.

  2. Digidesign Inc. a division of Avid Technology Inc., Pro Tools Reference Guide, Version for Macintosh and Windows, Palo Alto, USA.

  3. Majewski, P., Analiza możliwości wykorzystania procesorów dynamiki w realizacji dźwięku, praca dyplomowa ITA PWr., Wrocław, 2000.

  4. Pietrasik, R., Analiza możliwości wykorzystania cyfrowych linii opóźniających w procesie realizacji dźwięku, praca dyplomowa ITA PWr., Wrocław, 2002.

  5. Papier, P., Analiza możliwości wykorzystania equaliserów, enhancerów i exciterów w procesie realizacji dźwięku, praca dyplomowa ITA PWr., Wrocław, 2002.

  6. Sonic Foundry Inc., Noise reduction, Madison, USA, 1999-2000.

  7. Sonic Foundry, Inc., Sound Forge 5.0, Madison, USA, 2001.

  8. Steinberg Soft- und Hardware GmbH, 1999.

  9. Sytnrillium Software Corporation, Cool Edit Pro User Guide, 1998.

  10. Current manuals of companies : Digidesign, Sony, Adobe, Steinberg, Magix, Twelve Tone Systems, itp.

  11. Manual instruction for: Samplitude, Sound Forge, Audition, Pro Tools, Cubase, Cakewalk, Vegas, Acid, Logic Audio, itp.

  12. Descriptions of plug-ins of various firms (ks Waves, Spectral Design, Digidesign, CreamWare, Sony, Steinberg).

[13] Periodics: Acoustica, Proceedings of ISSET and Nowości w Technice Audio i Wideo, Estrada i Studio, Scena i Studio, Muzyk, JASA, AES Journal, Sound, Studio Sound, ProSound, Audio Media, Mix, Hi-Fi Audio-Video, Przegląd Techniki RTV, etc.


SUBJECT SUPERVISOR (NAME AND SURNAME, E-MAIL ADDRESS)

Krzysztof, Opieliński, krzysztof.opielinski@pwr.wroc.pl

MATRIX OF CORRELATION BETWEEN EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR SUBJECT



Realization of Sound

AND EDUCATIONAL EFFECTS FOR MAIN FIELD OF STUDY ELECTRONICS

AND SPECIALIZATION ACOUSTICAL ENGINEERING

Subject educational effect

Correlation between subject educational effect and educational effects defined for main field of study and specialization (if applicable)**

Subject objectives***

Programme content***

Teaching tool number***

PEK_W01

(knowledge)

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W06, S1EIA_W07



C2

Lec 1

N1, N4, N5

PEK_W02

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W03, S1EIA_W05, S1EIA_W07



C1

Lec 2

N1, N4, N5

PEK_W03

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W07



C2

Lec 3

N1

PEK_W04

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 4

N1-N5

PEK_W05

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W01, S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 5

N1, N2, N4, N5

PEK_W06

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 6

N1, N2, N4, N5

PEK_W07

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W05, S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 7

N1, N2, N4, N5

PEK_W08

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W01, S1EIA_W05, S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 8

N1, N3, N4, N5

PEK_W09

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 9

N1, N2, N4, N5

PEK_W10

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 10

N1-N5

PEK_W11

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W01, S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 11

N1-N5

PEK_W12

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 12

N1-N5

PEK_W13

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 13

N1, N2, N4, N5

PEK_W14

K1EKA_W41,

S1EIA_W07



C1, C2

Lec 14

N2, N4, N5

PEK_U01

K1EKA_U40, K1EKA_K06, S1EIA_K01

C3

Sem 2,

Sem 4-7


N4, N6

PEK_U02

K1EKA_U40, S1EIA_U02

C3

Sem 1-4,

Sem 7


N4, N6

** - enter symbols for main-field-of-study/specialization educational effects

*** - from table above





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