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.
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Papers: Wei et al., Bomhardt et al., Francombe et al., Denk, et al., Zhou et al., and Vencovsky et al. Standards: DRAFT REVISED AES67- xxxx and other topics. Report: AES@NAMM (Anaheim). Preview: 144th Convention (Milan). Article: Rumsey on audio for cinema. Section News: Argentina, CRAS, Graz, Pacific Northest, Toronto, and Washington DC. Call for Contributions: Immersive Audio Conference (York). Book Reviews: Acoustics and Waveform Analysis of Sound. Products: Audix, BluGuitar, Lynx, Outline, Sonife, Sonoris, and Wireworld.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Single-Channel Speech Enhancement
Paper: Required Accuracy of Head Dimensions for Modeling Interaural Time Differences
Paper: Mix Parameters for Modifying Envelopment in Object-Based Audio
Engineering Report: Removing Reflections in Semianechoic Impulse Responses by Frequency-Dependent Truncation
Engineering Report: Wideband Microphone Arrays with High Directivity
Engineering Report: Reference Equivalent Threshold Sound Pressure Levels for Nonaudiometric Headphones
Feature: Audio for Cinema
Standards and Information Documents
AES@NAMM Report, Anaheim
144th Convention Preview, Milan
Call for Contributions: 2018 Conference on Immersive and Interactive Audio, York
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.
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