Primary Affiliation: Queen Mary University of London - London, UK
AES Member Type: Member
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Josh Reiss is a Reader with Queen Mary University of London’s Centre for Digital Music, where he leads the audio engineering research team. He has investigated music retrieval systems, time scaling and pitch shifting techniques, music transcription, loudspeaker design, automatic mixing, sound synthesis and digital audio effects. His primary focus of research, which ties together many of the above topics, is on intelligent signal processing for professional sound engineering.
Dr. Reiss has published over 160 scientific papers. He was nominated for a best paper award by the IEEE, and received the 134th AES Convention’s Best Peer-Reviewed Paper Award. He co-authored the textbook Audio Effects: Theory, Implementation and Application. He is a former governor of the Audio Engineering Society, and co-founder of the start-up company LandR, providing intelligent tools for audio production.
More Info: http://www.eecs.qmul.ac.uk/~josh/
P17: Applications in Audio—Part 3 (Chair)
Oct 1: EB4: Posters: Education Network Audio, & Signal Processing
JSAP: A Plugin Standard for the Web Audio API with Intelligent Functionality (Author)
Oct 1: SR7: New Paradigms for Mixing (Panelist)
Oct 2: P23: Signal Processing—Part 4
Physically Derived Synthesis Model of an Aeolian Tone (Author)