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: Lafay et al., Zacharakis and Pastiadis, Fan et al., Williams, Bohak and Marolt, Barthet et al., and Seetharaman and Pardo. Reports: 2016 Sound Field Control Conference (Guildford). Articles: Rumsey on automotive audio. Call for Papers: 142nd Convention (Berlin). Section News: Chicago, Colombia, CRAS, Melbourne, and Pacific Northwest. Products: Avlex, JBL, Drawner, L-com, Midas, Sonifex, Sound Radix, Soundcraft Studer, Turbosound.READ MORE
This Special Issue on Intelligent Audio Processing, Semantics, and Interaction includes:
Paper: Semantic Browsing of Sound Databases without Keywords
Paper: Revisiting the Luminance-Texture-Mass Model for Musical Timbre Semantics
Paper: Automated Affect Recognition in Soundscapes
Paper: Creating Emotionally-Congruent Audio
Paper: Transcription of Polyphonic Vocal Folk Music
Paper: User-Controlled Adaptive Mood-Based Music Listening
Engineering Report: A Natural Language Interface For Audio Production
Feature: Automotive Audio
2016 Sound Field Control Conference Report, Guildford
Call for Papers and Engineering Briefs: 142nd Convention, Berlin
Section News, New Products, etc.
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