About the Author
Jason Corey is an associate professor and chair of the Department of Performing Arts Technology at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance, where he teaches courses in sound recording, technical ear training, and musical acoustics. As an active recording, mixing, and editing engineer, he works across a range of musical genres including jazz, classical and contemporary art music, and experimental electronic music. He is author of numerous publications on topics such as technical ear training, multichannel audio, and spatial audio perception. He has served as Governor of the Audio Engineering Society (AES) from 2013 to 2015 and is currently the AES Vice-President for the Central Region, USA/Canada.David H. Benson is a software developer and audio researcher who is currently completing a Ph.D in Sound Recording at McGill University. His research has been supported by the Quebec government's Fund for Research on Society and Culture (FQRSC) and the Audio Engineering Society Educational Foundation (AESEF). In 2011 he was named the AESEF's John Eargle scholar, an honor recognizing excellence in both technology and music. As a pedagogue, he was granted the Schulich School of Music's first Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award.