This paper profiles the emergence of a significant body of research in audio engineering within the Faculties of Engineering and Applied Arts at Dublin Institute of Technology. Over a period of five years the group has had significant success in completing a Strand 3 research project entitled Digital Tools for Music Education (DiTME), followed by successful follow-on projects funded through both the European Framework FP6 and Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation research schemes. The group has solved a number of challenging problems in the audio engineering field and has both published widely and patented a novel sound source separation invention.
Coyle, Eugene; Barry, Dan; Gainza, Mikel; Dorran, David; Pritchard, Charlie; Feeley, John; and Fitzgerald, Derry
"The DiTME Project: Interdisciplinary Research in Music Technology,"
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://arrow.tudublin.ie/level3/vol5/iss1/3