Applied Audio DSP Researcher

Sonnox Ltd. is a specialist audio software Company, located in rural Oxfordshire.  We have an acclaimed portfolio of plug-in products targeting the top Digital Audio Workstations, such as Pro Tools, Cubase, Nuendo and Logic.  Our worldwide customers range from professional to enthusiast, and include the most prestigious studio owners, music producers and engineers, top games manufacturers and mastering houses for Hollywood blockbusters. We are a small, dynamic and motivated team, with a passion for audio and related technology.

We are looking for a talented and self-motivated developer who has experience in DSP algorithms and / or machine learning. You will bring your signal processing and analysis experience or your prior knowledge of machine learning and will work closely with our established and passionate development team on a variety of innovative new software projects. You'll evaluate new technologies and help us grow our portfolio, which currently ranges from embedded DSP to VST/AU/AAX plug-ins. Most importantly, you will write high   performance, maintainable code that will form the foundations of new products.

Requirements for this position include:

  • Experience in applied DSP programming and audio algorithm development or prior experience in practical machine learning,
  • Excellent Matlab and / or Python skills,
  • A strong background in Maths.

The following is desirable:

  • C++ programming experience,
  • Familiarity with the JUCE framework,
  • Familiarity with music DAWs and audio plug-ins,
  • A track record and experience in creative and innovative audio development projects. 

You must be a team player with excellent organisational and communication skills.  Experience in the audio industry and an interest in music are preferred, as are creative problem solving skills and the ability to deliver successfully to a deadline.

This position will be based at our offices in Finstock, Oxfordshire. If you wish to apply, please email your CV and a covering letter to [email protected] using the subject "DSP Researcher Vacancy - Your Name".

No agencies please.