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: Rasumow et al., Zhu et al., Mehrabi et al., Ziemer and Bader, White and Bolser, and Sugimoto et al. Standards: AES67 Interoperability Plugfest Report (AES-R17-2017), Standards Sustainer Program launched, Rich Cabot new Standards Manager replacing Mark Yonge (retired). Article: Rumsey on binaural audio. Previews: 2017 Sound Reinforcement Conference (Struer) and 2017 Automotive Audio Conference (San Francisco). Section News: Argentina, Denmark, Mexico, Nashville, and Toronto. Products: Danley, Digigram, LynTec, Neutrik, Sonifex, and Sound Radix. Book Review: Master Handbook of Acoustics.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Using Virtual Artificial Heads for Binaural Reproduction
Paper: Robust Acoustic Contrast Control in Personal Audio Systems
Paper: Creating Music Thumbnail Segments for Radio Podcasting
Paper: Musical Instrument Radiation Characteristics in Sound Field Synthesis
Engineering Report: Evaluating and Optimizing Acoustic Transparency of Electrostatic Loudspeakers
Engineering Report: Controlling the Dialog Channels in 22.2 Multichannel Broadcasting
Feature: Binaural Audio and Virtual Acoustics
Standards and Information Documents
2017 Sound Reinforcement Conference Preview, Struer
2017 Automotive Audio Conference Preview, San Francisco
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.
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