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: He et al., Bank, Stolfi et al., Mäkivirta et al., Vairetti et al., Moore and Hill, and Agnew. Standards: Summary Reports and Bruce Olsen Fellowship. Reports: Audio Archiving Conference (Culpeper). Article: Rumsey on spatial audio. Section News: Chicago, Japan, Pacific Northwest, Swiss, Toronto. New Officers 2018–2019. Obituaries: Siegfried Linkwitz. Products: Glensound, Prism, Sonifex, TC Electronic, and Zylia.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Fast Continuous Measurement of HRTFs with Unconstrained Head Movements
Paper: Designing IIR Filters for Multichannel Equalization and Crosstalk Cancellation
Paper: Online Chat Communication in Open Band Participatory Music
Paper: Modeling and Delay-Equalizing Loudspeaker Responses
Paper: An Automated Procedure for Low-Order IIR Parametric Equalizers
Paper: Dynamic Diffuse Signal Processing for Sound Reinforcement and Reproduction
Engineering Report: Disk Recording System Design Using Motional Feedback
Feature: Spatial Audio
Standards and Information Documents
Audio Archiving Conference Report, Culpeper
Call for Papers: Special Issue on Sound in Immersion and Emotion
Section News, Obituaries, etc.
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