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:
Letters: Dong et al. Papers: Huber et al., Burloiu et al., Fonseca et al., Agus et al., Oshimo and Hamasaki, and Orcioni et al. Standards: New Standard AES71-2018 and other topics. Reports: Music-Induced Hearing Disorders Conference (Chicago) and Spatial Reproduction Conference (Tokyo). Article: Rumsey on preserving our audio heritage. Section News: CRAS, Indian U., and Melbourne. New Officers 2018–2019. Obituaries: David L. Clark. Products: CEDAR, Ploytec, and Stage Tec. Review of Society’s Sustaining Members.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Comments on “Bandpass Subwoofer Design”
Paper: Speech Quality Prediction Based on Automatic Speech Recognition
Paper: Layered Motion and Gesture Sonification in an Interactive Installation
Paper: Matrix Factorization for Separation of Harmonics and Percussive Elements
Paper: Simple Binaural Room Modeling Using Single Feedback Delay
Paper: Physically Based Models for a Series of Miniature Twin Triode Tubes
Paper: Identification of Volterra Models of Tube Audio
Feature: Preserving Our Audio Heritage
Standards and Information Documents
Conference Report: Music-Induced Hearing Disorders, Chicago
Conference Report: Spatial Reproduction, Tokyo
New Officers 2018–2019
Review of Society’s Sustaining Members
Section News, Obituaries, etc.
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