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In this course students learn the basic concepts of acoustics and electronics and how they can applied to understand musical sound and make music with electronic instruments. Topics include: sound waves, musical sound, basic electronics, and applications of these basic principles in amplifiers and speaker design....

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Jun 24, 2020

This is a very good course for anyone who wants to learn about building speakers and amplifiers. it gives a very good foundation for many thing related to amplifier and loudspeaker building


Jul 13, 2020

I loved this course. It tied together so many aspects of electrical engineering and physics. I love the theory and application coming together. I look forward to building the amplifier!

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By SeyedMohsen M

Sep 18, 2018

Thank you so much masters

By Bart S

Jun 04, 2016

outstanding, do it again

By Sandro J L S

Aug 24, 2015

Excelent!! I recommend!!

By Andrey M

Dec 07, 2015

Very nice intro course.

By Mareedu V g

Jul 10, 2020

great experience


May 24, 2020

Really awesome

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By Georgia D

Dec 10, 2015

nice seminar!

By Mohan G

Apr 27, 2017

very helpful

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By Benllamino B O

Jul 18, 2019

very good

By Jose F R

Jul 31, 2017

muy bueno

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Sep 07, 2015

nice one

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By Lawrence F L

Oct 31, 2015

For someone without a couple of years of college or a technical school this could be way over your head. To much to learn in a short period of time. By eliminating all the basic engineering math tutorials and very simple circuit analysis the course would be more focused. It should be a prerequisite to have finished a pre-calculus course to allow for more in-depth presentation of the engineering material, especially the acoustics. However, it does cover a lot of the basics for understanding music engineering. I look forward to part two.

By Ewout D

Dec 13, 2017

The tests were not always showing the "right" answer for each question. This was very frustrating because you don't know it's not correct if you are not checking the discussion forum. Also Mark Bocko was giving the courses better then Mr Clark (personal preference maybe). He digged in deeper and made more things clear. Also his slides contained less text and more excercises.