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: Schmitz and Embrechts, Guadagnin et al., Anderson et al., Lee, and Frank and Sontacchi. Standards: Digital audio measurement and other topics. Article: Rumsey on recording and reproduction. Reports: Audio Forensics Conference Report (Arlington) and Semantic Audio Conference Report (Erlangen). Section News: Argentina, Beijing, Boston CRAS, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Taiwan. Calls for Contributions: AES@ NAMN (Anaheim), 144th Convention (Milan), and Spatial Reproduction Conference (Tokyo). Calls for Papers for JAES Special Issues: Augmented and Participatory Sound and Music Interaction Using Semantic Audio; and High-Resolution Audio. Book Reviews: Recording Orchestra and other Classical Music Ensembles, Electricity for the Entertainment Electrician & Technician, and Room Acoustics.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Using Hammerstein Kernels to Emulate Audio Nonlinearities
Paper: Modeling and Analyzing Magnetic Pickups in Electric Guitars
Paper: Modeling Flat-Panel Loudspeakers with Electromagnetic Inertial Exciters
Paper: Perceived Elevation with Two Median Plane Loudspeakers
Engineering Report: Using Ambisonics with Multi-Venue and Multi-Target Concerts
Feature: Recording and Reproduction
Standards and Information Documents
Conference Report: Audio Forensics, Arlington
Conference Report: Semantic Audio, Erlangen
Call for Contributions: AES@NAMM (Anaheim)
Call for Contributions: 144th Convention (Milan)
Call for Contributions: Spatial Reproduction Conference (Tokyo)
Call for Papers for JAES Special Issue: Augmented and Participatory Sound and Music Interaction Using Semantic Audio
Call for Papers for JAES Special Issue: High-Resolution Audio
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.
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