Hey all! Thought this would be good for me, and hopefully a lot of people. As I look further into the massive amounts of literature, and grow increasingly interested in the more academic and theoretical aspects of music, it's become clear that I can't just absorb therotical physcial concepts, or circuit design, without a better understanding of the math and sciences. After calling dr. Bob celmer at the university of Hartford, phD in acoustical engineering, he suggested I take some fundamental courses like calculus and physics for non-physics majors to introduce myself to the path of an degree in acoustical engineering. He suggested I do this at a local community school. So, before I shell out money, I've decided to familiarize myself with the concepts and workload I would expect. So I'm going to post links and videos on these classes as I watch them and maybe someday fill it out completely so it mirrors an actual curriculum so somebody could be better prepared. Either that or ill watch and just get bored. . Any other sort of links to reputable literature and vids are surely welcome. I belive that the availability of knowledge is only the first step. It's understanding and application that's gonna pay the bills. Heres to it! Here the first one from Stanford, lecture 1, classical physics.