I'm entering school and strongly considering pursuing an engineering degree. I've been working building electrical and automation control panels, and through experiences and talking with the engineers at work, it seems like an interesting field for me. I've long had a hobby and fascination with sound and studio electronics, and was wondering what field of engineering would deal with working with audio electronics, maybe even speaker design and acoustics? This includes both analog and digital devices used in broadcasting and recording studios, or even home audio systems. I would leap at the chance to learn how to design these kinds of electronics. I've been looking over articles and various information online, but can't find an answer. The community college I'm going to has "pre-engineering" associates degrees that work towards a BA at the nearby state school. I will mostly be doing the general education and basic courses, but these are some decisions to be made based on which field of engineering I'm aiming towards. I'm thinking that I should be looking at electrical engineering, but through reading, it seems that computer engineering could even be beneficial. I do primarily want to work with hardware, although software integration is important in modern studios and stations. I haven't seen anything that suggests which field would deal with acoustics designs, speakers, etc either. Should I start researching electrical, computer, or another field? I'm not sure where to start reading and getting information about this sort of thing, and the academic advisors are useless. I apologize for posting such a broad question here, but I can't seem to find anything to get e started i the right direction.