Job Title: Executive Director
Company: Sound Processing AB
AES Position: Vice President - Northern Europe
AES Committees: Regional Vice Presidents, Board of Governors, Awards, Convention Policy, Membership, Nominations, Regions & Sections, Diversity & Inclusion
Technical Committees: Loudspeakers and Headphones, Microphones and Applications
Primary Section: Swedish
Company Website: http://www.sound.se
Other Professional Website: http://www.footprintrecords.com
Contact: Per Sjosten
LinkedIn Address: https://www.linkedin.com/in/per-sj%C3%B6sten-5313a011/
Per is presently occupied in three different - but connected - areas: 1) He's working as a Recording Engineer/Music Producer and a Mastering Engineer. He runs the record company Footprint Records, producing acoustic art music. 2) He's an invited speaker and tutor in the fields Acoustics, Electro Acoustics, Audio Technology, Musical Acoustics and Music Production. 3) He's a designer and consultant of studios and small rooms for music performance or music reproduction.
Since the mid 80's, Per has been a professional recording engineer doing on-site recordings of orchestras, chamber ensembles and choirs, as well as studio recordings of jazz and world music. He has a large interest in high quality recordings in surround and 3D and is currently using a Ravenna-based recording system with capabilities of very high sampling rates (384 kHz/32 bit PCM) and many channels.
Per has been teaching in acoustics and electro acoustics for many years at university level and his goal is to develop an education in audio engineering at the masters level in Sweden. He has written extensive educational material in acoustics and electro-acoustics and is teaching on a freelance basis at Chalmers, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology and at the Gothenburg University.
Per had his MSc in Electrical Engineering in 1982 and a PhD in Applied Acoustics in 2003. After receiving his masters degree, Per worked as an acoustic consultant in parallel to his work as an acoustic researcher. The research work was about active noise control, in particular adaptive controllers for multichannel, harmonic control. In addition, work was done on finding optimal positions for secondary sources and sensors.
MSc in Electrical Engineering at Chalmers University of Technology in 1982.
PhD in Applied Acoustics/Signal Processing at Chalmers University of Technology/Blekinge University of Technology, 2003.
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