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: Straube et al., Hashemgeloogerdi and Bocko, Dahl et al., Woodcock, et al., Schinkel- Bielefeld et al., and Nease et al. Standards: SC-04-03 Working Group and other topics. Article: Rumsey on automotive audio. Section News: Hamburg, Pacific Northwest, Portugal, and Sweden. Call for Contributions: 145th Convention (New York). Book Reviews: Retro Audio and Sound System Design and Optimization. Products: Biamp, D.A.S., Digital Audio Denmark, Sonifex, and Wisdom Audio. Obits: Carl E. Richard.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: An Analytical Approach for Optimizing the Curving of Line Source Arrays
Paper: Modeling of Reverberant Room Impulse Responses
Paper: Optimal Control of a High-Frequency Class-D Amplifier
Paper: Eliciting Expert Knowledge for Object-Based Audio Rendering in Different Systems
Engineering Report: Perception of Coding Artifacts by Nonnative Speakers
Engineering Report: Music Synthesis Using Field Programmable Analog Arrays
Feature: Automotive Audio
145th Call for Contributions, New York
Section News, Products, etc.
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