Academic Background: Recording Engineering Research Field: Recording Engineering Title Degree: Associate Professor Teaching Courses: Department: Recording Department
Hu Ze: Male, associate professor, recording art master tutor. In 1991, he studied at the Recording Engineering Department of Beijing Broadcasting Institute. In 1995, he studied at the Department of Television Engineering of Beijing Broadcasting Institute for Master's degree in Digital TV of Communication and Information System. Since graduating in 1998, he has graduated from the Recording Department of the School of Music and Recording Arts of Communication University of China Teaching, and as recording engineering department director. The company has undertaken many research projects including "Acoustics," "Electroacoustics and Interior Acoustics," "Radio Basics," "Recording Acoustics," "Multimedia Technology," "Multimedia Production," "Digital Audio Technology," " "Audio Measurement", "Principles and Applications of Computers" and other courses of the specialist teaching tasks, but also to undertake and complete a number of ministerial and university-level research projects, and national core journals published more than 10 papers, including " Digital Audio Workstation "won the second prize of the Eighth Paper of the 8th Academic Annual Conference of China Film and TV Academy, and the" Code and Application of Multichannel Digital Audio System "won the second prize of the 2002 Film and Television Technology Outstanding Thesis of China Film and TV Academy. At the same time, he edited "Digital Audio Workstation", "Music Acoustics", "Streaming Media Technology and Application" as the deputy editor of the Recording Technology and Art Series, and transcribed the "Secret of Recording" as the editor of the Audio Technology and Recording Art Collection. "Audio Wiring Guide", "live sound reinforcement - mixing", "audio system engineering", "JBL 60 years of audio legend" and other books. From 1999 to 2001, he participated in the formulation of "digital television standard" of SARFT and is now a member of the expert group of the SARFT's standard committee. Currently in the college mainly for graduate students and undergraduate teaching and related disciplines of scientific research.