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Music Technology (Department of Engineering and Technology): Home
Music Technology (Department of Engineering and Technology)
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Welcome to the library guide for Music Technology. Here you will find the key databases to use for your subject, along with links to other useful information, such as market research and the latest industry news. Use the "help with searching" tab above to view guides on how to use the library's databases.
Please contact us on email@example.com, or come and see us at the Subject Enquiry Desk on Floor 4 of the Library, if you need any help, and please let us know if there are any key resources you think should be added to this guide.
Lynda.com is an online training library that provides access to 1000 courses and over 60,000 tutorials on: audio and music recording, video, business, photography, web design, graphic design, and more; all organized by subject software, and instructor.
Market research, from reputable sources, is usually not freely available. We subscribe to several sources of market information which are available through the links below. Thee can be useful for researching the market for engineering applications.
FAME (Financial Analysis Made Easy) provides accounts (10 years) for over 3 million companies in the U.K. & Republic of Ireland. Provides other company data including: contact details, brand names, number of employees, names of directors, subsidiaries.
Google Scholar is Google's search tool that allows you to find published research papers. Some of these will be open access, but for any that are paywalled, you can enable "Library Links" to get direct access via the University of Huddersfield's subscriptions.
If you need a paper that is not available through the Library, and you can't find a free version via any of the above sources, please request it from Inter-Library Loans. We will try to source a copy from another library on your behalf.