26 May '14, 6pm

A Quantitative Description of the Sounds of Cracks During Roasting

Says Wilson, “Despite the widespread practice of monitoring the roasting process audibly — in home, commercial artisanal, and mass-market industrial roasting venues — the author has found no previous quantitative description of the sounds produced during coffee roasting, and no discussion of an automated acoustic monitoring technique.”

Full article: http://dailycoffeenews.com/2014/05/26/a-quantitative-desc...

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