Welcome to the homepage of the Audio Analysis Lab. The lab was founded in 2012 and is located at the Dept. of Architecture, Design & Media Technology at Aalborg University in Denmark. The lab conducts research in methods for analysis, recognition, and processing of audio signals. The current research focuses mainly on audio and acoustic signal processing for communication systems (VoIP, cellphones), healthcare (hearing aids, telemedicine), music equipment (loudspeaker arrays, effects, processing), surveillance (noise reduction, microphone arrays), and audio archives (compression, clean-up, restoration, information retrieval). The lab is funded by grants from the Villum Foundation, the Danish Council for Strategic Research, the Danish Council for Independent Research, and Innovation Fund Denmark. The various research projects are carried out in close collaboration with leading industrial partners and universities around the world.