AES New York 2018 Presenter or Author
Primary Affiliation: University of Maryland - College Park, MD, USA
Paul received his masters of Audio Engineering in 2018 from Belmont University, before which he worked as a staff engineer at Ocean Way Nashville, and led the Repairs & Service division of Miktek Microphones. Currently a Ph.D. student in the Hearing & Speech department at The University of Maryland, Paul works in the Auditory Perception & Modeling laboratory researching cochlear implant simulations and the binaural mismatch of electrode arrays. His research personal interests include signal processing and nonlinear systems estimation (specifically the modeling of analog audio effects).
P07: Perception – Part 2
The Effect of Pinnae Cues on Lead-Signal Localization in Elevated, Lowered, and Diagonal Loudspeaker Configurations (Author)