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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: Kuklasiński and Jensen, Jukić et al., Grosse and van de Par, Morgenstern and Rafaely, Chourdakis and Reiss, Coleman et al., Bilbao and Hamilton, Parada et al., Pestana et al., De Man et al., Kodrasi et al., and Kaplanis et al. Articles: Rumsey on AES67. Calls for Papers: 2017 Conference on Automotive Audio (San Francisco) and 143rd Convention (New York). Section News: Chicago, CRAS, Hamburg, New York, Pacific Northwest, and Sweden. Products: Avlex, Biamp, Countryman, Ferrofish, Klark Teknik, MOTU, RME Audio, and Synthax. Book Review: Acoustics of Musical Instruments and Learning the Art of Electronics. Annual Report: 2015.


2017 January/February - Volume 65 Number 1/2

This special issue on Dereverberation and Reverberation of Audio, Music, and Speech includes:
Paper: Multichannel Wiener Filters Improve Speech Intelligibility in Binaural and Bilateral Hearing Aids
Paper: A General Framework for Sparsity-Based Multichannel Speech Dereverberation
Paper: Using Speech Preprocessing to Improve Speech Intelligibility in Reverberant Environments
Paper: Spatial Reverberation and Dereverberation using a Multiple-Input Multiple-Output System
Paper: Using Machine Learning to Automate Artificial Reverberation Parameters
Paper: Representing and Synthesizing Reverberation within Object-Based Frameworks
Paper: Using Finite Volume Models of Viscothermal Losses and Frequency-Dependent Boundaries in Simulating Room Acoustics
Paper: Nonintrusive Estimation of Speech Clarity Index for Room Acoustics
Paper: Preference for Artificial Reverberation and Delay Time Parameters
Paper: Perceptual Evaluation and Analysis of Reverberation in Multitrack Music Production
Paper: Dereverberation Using Robust Acoustic Multichannel Equalization
Engineering Report: A Perceptual Assessment Method for Automotive Audio
Feature: Rolling out AES67
Call for Contributions: 2017 International Conference on Automotive Audio, San Francisco
Call for Contributions: 143rd Convention, New York
Section News, Book Reviews, Annual Report, etc.


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