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: Adami et al., Adrian et al., Flessner et al., and Romblom. Standards: recent meetings. Reports: Automotive Audio Conference (Burlingame). Article: Rumsey on semantic audio. Section News: Argentina, Chicago, Denmark, Pacific Northwest, and Toronto. Obituaries: Robert Z. Langevin. Calls for Contributions: 2018 Music-Induced Hearing Disorders Conference (Chicago), 2018 Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality Conference (Redmond), and 2018 Audio Archiving, Preservation, and Restoration Conference (Culpeper). Call for Papers for JAES Special Issues: Object Based Audio. Book Reviews: Understanding Acoustics. Products: Augspurger Monitors, Digital Audio Denmark, Glensound, JBL, Lynx Studio, Plugin Alliance, and Yamaha.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: On Similarity and Density of Applause Sounds
Paper: Synthesizing Perceptually Plausible Noise Signals for Controlled Testing
Paper: Assessing and Predicting the Binaural Aspects of Audio Quality
Paper: Diffuse Field Modeling using Physically-Inspired Decorrelation Filters
Feature: Semantic Audio
Standards and Information Documents
Conference Report: Automotive Audio, Burlingame
Call for Contributions: Audio Archiving Conference (Culpeper)
Call for Contributions: Music Induced Hearing Disorder Conference (Chicago)
Call for Contributions: AVAR Conference (Redmond)
Call for Papers for JAES Special Issue on Object-Based Audio
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.
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