Agnieszka Roginska, Ph.D.
New York University Dept. of Music & Performing Arts Professions
Clinical Associate Professor
Agnieszka Roginska researches spatial and three- dimensional sound for the purposes of creating accurate simulations of acoustic spaces and reproducing sounds as they would appear in a natural environment. Before joining New York University, Dr. Roginska worked for six years as an audio research scientist at AuSIM Inc., a contract firm specializing in forward-looking audio technologies with a focus on sound reproduction for interactive environments. She has directed research in audio simulation and spatialization with grants from government agencies, research centers, and universities, including an award from the U.S. Army to study acoustic direction finding for soldiers.
This course focuses on three important areas in music technology: spatialization, computer-aided composition, analysis and synthesis techniques. In each area, concepts and implementations will be explored in a variety of…