Included in the discussion are:
- Introduction to HEAD acoustics
- What is Sound Quality and how can I measure it ? – an approach to a complex question
- Advantages of the psychoacoustic tonality analysis (standardized in ECMA-74), as developed and invented by HEAD acoustics
Date: 22nd of July 2020
Time: 3 PM Singapore Time (UTC+8)
About the Speaker
After having successfully completed his studies in electrical engineering at FH Aachen University of Applied Sciences in 1997, André Pirnay worked as a project manager for well-known suppliers of audio products and music studio technology for several years.
In October 2004 he started his career at HEAD acoustics GmbH in the technical support department. Since that time, he was known as a competent, reliable, and committed partner to customers and international representatives, already with focus on Asia. Then, in October 2013, André Pirnay was appointed the Regional NVH Sales Manager Asia. Thus, he became the primary contact for any technical sales affairs such as sales support, suitable system configuration, and application matters for HEAD acoustics NVH products in the responsible territories
About Head Acoustics
HEAD acoustics GmbH in Herzogenrath near Aachen, Germany, is one of the world’s leading companies for integrated acoustics solutions as well as sound and vibration analysis. In the telecommunications industry, the company is receiving global accolades for its expertise and its pioneering role in the development of hardware and software for measuring, analyzing, and optimizing speech and audio quality.
Founded in 1986 by Prof. Dr. Klaus Genuit, HEAD acoustics offers a broad portfolio of products and services covering almost any application in the areas of sound design for technical products and the enhancement of speech and audio quality in the telecommunications industry. The company benefits from the combination of cutting-edge measurement technology with many years of practical experience in these industries. The products and solutions offered by HEAD acoustics are mainly used in the automotive and telecommunications industry, but also by manufacturers of IT, office, and household appliances, as well as companies and institutions working in the area of acoustic environment protection.