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Jamie Angus

ISCEx Seminar Presenter

Jamie Angus was Professor of Audio Technology at Salford University. She was one of the progenitors of the UK’s first music technology course at York in 1986. She worked on speech coding and recognition in the early 80s and has been active in audio and acoustic research from then. She is the inventor of; modulated and absorbing diffusers, direct processing of SA-CD signals, and one of the first 4-channel digital tape recorders. She has done work on signal processing, analogue circuits, and numerous other audio technology topics.  She is a fellow of the Audio Engineering Society, and was awarded their Silver Medal in 2019.