The Audio Analysis Lab at CREATE, Aalborg University conducts research in audio and acoustic signal processing for good health and well-being. Our research focuses on how signal processing can be used to solve problems of importance to the health and well-being of people in their daily lives. These include reducing the influence of noise on our lives and extracting useful information from degraded acoustic signals for biomedical purposes. We thus work on a wide range of research topics, such as noise reduction, sound zones, active noise cancellation, voice analysis, and spectral analysis. The lab’s activities are funded by grants from the Villum Foundation, Independent Research Fund Denmark, and Innovation Fund Denmark. The various research projects are carried out in close collaboration with leading industrial partners and universities around the world.