The Journal of the Audio Engineering Society — the official publication of the AES — is the only peer-reviewed journal devoted exclusively to audio technology. Published 10 times each year, it is available to all AES members and subscribers.
In this issue:
Papers: Klippel and Cardenas, Cardenas and Klippel, Novak et al., Mo et al., Lee, Amengual et al., Sunder and Gan, Vrysis et al. Report: 141st Convention (Los Angeles). Articles: Rumsey on virtual reality. Calls for Papers: 3rd International Conference on Sound Reinforcement (Struer) and 2017 Conference on Sound Reinforcement (San Francisco). Section News: Colombia, San Francisco, and Toronto. Products: Altinex, Celemony, Kemper, Nugen, Serato, Sound Radix, Synthax. Obituary: Peter Swarte. Book Review: Mastering Audio. Calls for Nominations: Board of Governors, Awards.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Modeling Rocking Modes in Electroacoustic Transducers
Paper: An Exploration of Undesirable Rotational Vibration Patterns in Loudspeakers
Paper: Using Maximum-Length Sequences on Nonsynchronous Devices
Paper: How Reverberation Influences the Space of Instrument Emotional Characteristics
Paper: Evaluating Vertical Image Spread Using Loudspeaker Arrays
Paper: Comparison of Real and Focused Sound Sources in a Concert Hall
Paper: Individualizing Median Plane HRTFs Using Frontal Projection Headphones
Paper: Generic Audio Detection and Classification Using Hierarchical Segmentation
Feature: Virtual Reality
141st Convention Report, Los Angeles
Call for Contributions: 3rd International Conference on Sound Reinforcement—Open Air Venues, Struer
Call for Contributions: 2017 International Conference on Automotive Audio, San Francisco
Calls for Nominations: Board of Governors, Awards
Index to Volume 64
Section News, Products, etc.
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