AES Journal

AES Journal

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: Poirier-Quinot and Katz; Lee and Reiss, Wilson et al., Avetisyan et al., and Maleckiet al. Standards: Summary Reports. Article: Rumsey on audio archiving. Section News: Los Angeles, Japan, Ireland, CRAS, Pacific Northwest, Portugal, Toronto. Products: RTW, Unity Audio, Cedar Audio, Sonifex, ELAC Electroacustic, PreSonus Audio Electronics.


2020 April - Volume 68 Number 4

This issue includes:
Paper: Assessing the Impact of Head-Related Transfer Function Individualization on Task Performance: Case of a Virtual Reality Shooter Game
Paper: Real-Time Sound Synthesis of Audience Applause
Paper: The Application of Mid-Side Theory to Produce Analog Stereo Audio Records Using a Single Laser Beam
Paper: Low Bit-Rate Coded Speech Intelligibility Testing in Czech Language Using Parallel Task
Engineering Report: Settings of Reverb Processors from the Perspective of Room Acoustics
Feature: Will you be mine forever? Audio archiving, multitracks, and 90s digital
Standards and Information Documents
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.


AES E-Library

THE AES E-Library is a cauldron of knowledge in our industry. Find virtually every technological advance chronicled,
from the origins of stereo recording to present day advances in spatial audio, signal processing, and audio networking.

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Predictable Performance

AES3 (2-channel digital audio), AES10 (MADI), AES14 (analog XLR pin-out) - AES Standards have improved your workflow, and possibly saved your production, more times than you realize. AES Standards bring the industry's engineering teams together to insure peak performance and interoperability.

Special Publications

Providing a forum for new ideas, as a vehicle for the dissemination, application and implementation of leading-edge research, as archivists of the sum total of audio knowledge, the AES is the global authority in the audio sciences.


Open Access

A growing number of countries require Open Access to the results of publicly-funded research. After surveying AES authors it was found that a majority were interested in having the option of publishing their work in Open Access (OA). Authors who choose this option will receive greater visibility and ease of access to their AES publications.

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Technical Council & Committees


The brightest minds in the world leading the technical conversation about the most important topics. Guiding the industry into the future.


Technical Documents are publications of the Technical Council that have an overall purpose of informing members and the public of the state of technology in areas represented by the Technical Committees.

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