TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. 127th Convention Survey
2. AES Journal Forum
3. New Tutorials Posted
4. Author Note - 37th Conference
5. January/February AES Journal Available Online
127th Convention Survey
The 127th AES Convention (Oct. 9-12, 2009, New York) wants your help and
direction in creating the most timely and highest caliber conference
program. As such, we are soliciting input from former attendees and
exhibitors to provide topic ideas and recommended speakers for sessions
in the technical program of the Convention.
The Convention Committee will review your suggestions to assure that
this year's program has an especially broad and relevant appeal to
members of the professional audio community. You can participate in
this survey by clicking here.
AES Journal Forum
Would you like to see what other AES members are saying about articles
in the Journal? Click here to view the
ongoing discussion threads among members and authors. As an AES member
you can join any of the ongoing discussions or comment on an article and
start a new discussion.
New Tutorials Posted
The latest in our series of online tutorials is now available. Members
can now view a tutorial on Audio File Interchange Formats given by
Mark Yonge and also a tutorial on Small Room Acoustics given by Ben Kok,
both given at the 124th Convention. They can be accessed on our
Tutorials page. Please note that during the pilot phase
for this project these tutorials are only available to view online in
streamed form and there is no downloadable version. We welcome your
feedback about these tutorials, which can be provided by clicking on the
link below the presentation.
Also available in our tutorials series is an informative collection of
slides and notes from a session on sigma-delta convertors, chaired by
Josh Reiss at the 121st Convention. This includes ‘Introduction to
Sigma-Delta Modulators’ by Jamie Angus; ‘Under the Hood of Sigma-Delta
Converters’ by Bob Adams; ‘How Sigma Delta Modulators achieve high
performance (and why they aren’t even better)’ by Josh Reiss; and
‘Delta-Sigma Converter Design for Audio: Using the Loop to Your
Advantage’ by Brian Trotter.
The AES is grateful to the authors for making their work available to
members in this form.
Author Note - 37th Conference
Authors, the deadline for
submitting complete 4- to 10-page papers
for the 37th AES Conference in Hillerød, Denmark is April 1.
January/February AES Journal Is Available Online Here
This issue includes:
• Editor's Note: paper review process
• Papers on:
Optimizing Bandwidth for Multichannel Surround
Dynamic Processing Using Parametric Equalizer Blocks
Synthesizing Background Audio Texture of Indefinite Length
• Engineering Report on:
Sigma–Delta Digital Loudspeaker Array Prototype
• Feature: Novel Transducers
• Call for Papers: 14th Regional Convention, Tokyo
• Call for Papers: 127th Convention, New York
• AES Standards Committee News
• News of the Sections, Sound Track, etc.
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