Solid State Logic is a ground-breaking professional audio manufacturer. We have evolved to become the world’s leading manufacturer of analogue and digital audio consoles and provider of creative tools for film, audio, video, and broadcast professionals. We invent, design, and manufacture technology for the creative manipulation of sound. 

This is an excellent opportunity for a talented engineer to join our prestigious R&D software team, working on real-time DSP platforms and audio effects using C/C++, as well as embedded C# .NET applications. 

You will be required to collaborate on specifications with product managers. You will design, develop and test software solutions to specifications. You will take responsibility for software components and drive improvements to the current codebase. 

In reply we can offer challenging and interesting work in an exciting product field, a clear career path, and the chance to work with cutting edge tools and technologies. 

Main objectives of role: 

  • Propose technical solutions to product managers’ specifications
  • Design, develop and test new audio DSP algorithms and audio mixing console features
  • Measure, analyse, and improve the performance of CPU-based DSP hardware platforms
  • Collaborate with the team to review code, fix bugs, and make improvements to the existing codebase
  • GUI development with WPF 

Minimum requirements: 

  • 1-2 years industry programming experience (C/C++/C#)
  • Very good Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Science, or DSP degree
  • Solid grounding in DSP theory and/or experience with real-time embedded systems
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • A keen interest in DSP and audio effects


  • Experience designing DSP audio tools/effects
  • JUCE and/or WPF experience
  • Knowledge of DSP/CPU hardware platforms

Personal characteristics: 

  • Self-motivated
  • Flexible
  • Well organised
  • Positive and enthusiastic

Please send your CV, salary expectations and covering letter to Your covering letter should highlight the extent to which your skills/experience meets the requirements of the role, and your motivation behind applying.