
At the end of this study unit, the student is able to:
 Use theory about sending and modeling information and digital signal processing to build working applications,
 Understand mathematical concepts for modeling systems and use these to design and realize creative application.


Sounds and Circuits gives an introduction to (1) sound engineering and digital music, and (2) electrical circuits. The course serves multiple purposes: to introduce students in an early phase to the physical side of creative technology (hardware in the form of electric circuits and electronics); operationalize the mathematics of this module in real physical systems and settings; provide both a theoretical and practical base for the physical systems course in module 3 and the Sound Engineering course in module 5b.
Introduction to Mathematics and Modelling provides the students with basic mathematical skills.
Manual enrollment via Osiris is only for Creative Technology students. If you want to enroll, please contact K. Zalewska (k.zalewskakurek@utwente.nl).



 Assumed previous knowledgeIf mathematics or physics knowledge at an elementary level is lacking, the student should follow the math or physics buildup course as a challenge for Professional Development. 
Bachelor Creative Technology 
  Required materialsBook"Thomas' Calculus, Early Transcendentals", G. Thomas et al, 12th print, Pearson Education, ISBN: 9781784498139 
 BookNeil Storey, “Electronics, a systems approach”, 6th edition, Pearson Education, Inc, 2017. ISBN13: 9781292114064, ISBN10: 1292114061 
 Reader"Reader Sounds & Circuits 2017 2018", to be sold during lectures 

 Recommended materialsInstructional modesAssessmentPresence duty   Yes 
 LectorialPresence duty   Yes 
 Lecture
 PracticalPresence duty   Yes 

 TestsSounds & Circuits
 Introduction to Math & Modelling


 