Basically yeah, I just dropped everything I was doing and played VNs all day long
lol what were you looking at?
Meh, I skipped 70% of my lectures and didn't do 1x% of my assignments this semester.
They were so boring, I learn way better by myself.
Some of my assignments consists of doing stupid computations by hand that could (and should) be done on a computer.
At the beginning of this semester I was excited about a course called "Signals and Systems" since it has a lot to do with audio.
but instead of getting to learn how to design filters and all that cool stuff, I get to do fourier and laplace transforms.... by hand....
Me: eff this schiit, I'm going home.
Do you know of a good book or program that could let me understand fully what a fourier transform into frequency response and phase response means (especially the phase response, group delay, etc. etc.) without doing the math?
Since you seem to imply that one does not need to do the math to know what's going on.