Audio Sciences

AES Journal

AES Journal

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: Delikaris-Manias et al., Courtois et al., Simón et al., Gomez-Bolaños et al., Wallis and Lee, Klippel, and Beerends et al. Report: 2016 Headphone Technology Conference (Aalborg). Articles: Rumsey on sound field control. Call for Papers: 142nd Convention (Berlin). Section News: Argentina, Chicago, Japan, New York, Pacific Northwest, San Francisco, Sweden, and Wisconsin. Products: Danley, Digital Audio Denmark, Dynaudio, Lynx, MOTO, TransAudio. Book Review: Disk Recording 1939 to 1960. New Officers. Review of Sustaining Members.


2016 October - Volume 64 Number 10

This issue includes:
Paper: Auralization with Room Responses Created by a Laser Spark Cloud
Paper: Dynamic Range Limiting of HRTFs for Hearing-Impaired Listeners
Paper: Object-Based Reproduction using a Listener-Position Adaptive System
Paper: Inverting the Headphone Transfer Function with Minimum Perceptual Artifacts
Paper: Vertical Localization Shifts in the Presence of Interchannel Crosstalk
Engineering Report: Mechanical and Adaptive Overload Protection of Micro-Speakers
Engineering Report: Quantifying Loudspeaker Sound Quality Including Room and Location
Feature: Sound Field Control
Conference Report: 2016 Headphone Technology, Aalborg
New Officers 2016/2017
Review of Sustaining Members
Call for Papers and Ebriefs: 142nd Convention, Berlin
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.


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Special Publications

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Technical Council & Committees


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Technical Documents are publications of the Technical Council that have an overall purpose of informing members and the public of the state of technology in areas represented by the Technical Committees.

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