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DSP Software Engineer

Employer
Solid State Logic
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
23 Feb 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Solid State Logic is a ground-breaking professional audio manufacturer. We have evolved to become the world's leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for film, audio, video, and broadcast professionals. We invent, design, and manufacture technology for the creative manipulation of sound.

This is an excellent opportunity for a talented engineer to join our prestigious R&D software team, workingondigital audio processing plug-ins. You will research and design new audio DSP algorithms, take responsibility for entire software components, including UI, and drive improvements to the current codebase. In replyweoffer challenging and interesting work in an exciting product field, a clear career path, and the chance to work with cutting edge tools and technologies.



Main objectives of role:

· Research, design and develop new audio DSP algorithms

· Create DSP models of analogue audio processors through hardware and analysis

· Work with graphic designers to implement user interfaces

· Propose technical solutions to product managers' specifications

· Collaborate with the team to review code, fix bugs, and improve the existing codebase

· Help to support junior team members



Minimum requirements:

· 4+ years industryprogramming experience using C++

· Excellent knowledge of DSP theory and the ability to research new areas

· Very good Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics,Science,orDSP degree

· Excellent problem-solving skills

· A keen interest inDSP and audio effects



Desirable:

· Experience developing audio plug-ins with the JUCE C++ framework

Personal characteristics:

· Self-motivated

· Flexible

· Excellent attention to detail

· Well organised

· Positive and enthusiastic

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