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Ryan Stables

Ryan Stables DMT staff

Senior Lecturer, Digital Audio Processing and Subject Leader, Sound Technology

School of Computing and Digital Technology
0121 331 7957

Ryan Stables is a Senior Lecturer in Digital Audio Processing and the subject leader for Sound Technology, based in our Digital Media Technology (DMT) Lab. He currently teaches in the areas of digital audio effects, digital signal processing and audio software development.

Ryan currently leads The SAFE Project, which will provide a suite of audio plug-ins able to recognise transferrable semantic terms. He has had both national and international news coverage, for his work on both intelligent music production and cancer diagnostics via data sonification. 

He is a visiting researcher at the University of Strathclyde and currently supervises research students in the areas of semantic audio engineering, intelligent music production and audio source separation.

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