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: Thuillier et al., Xie et al., Taylor et al., Geronazzo et al., Fenton and Lee, and Kahles et al. Standards: Draft Reports and Calls for Comments. Report: IIA Conference (York). Conference Previews: Headphone Technology (San Francisco) and Automotive Audio (Neuburg). Article: Rumsey on immersive and interactive audio. Section News: Atlanta, Aural Escuela, Berklee Valencia, Chicago, CRAS, Finland, Indiana U., Melbourne, Nashville, Pacific Northwest, Taiwan, and Toronto. Book Reviews: Loudspeakers by Newell and Holland and Architectural Acoustics by Xiang. Products: Acustica, Augspurger, Klippel, QSC, Riedel, Yamaha, and Zylia.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Reduced Feedback when Frequency Shifting In Actuated Acoustic Guitar
Paper: Vertical Summing Localization of Multichannel Sound Reproduction with Amplitude Panning
Paper: Circular-Arc Line Arrays with Amplitude Shading for Constant Directivity
Paper: Using Image-Guided HRTF Selection for Improved Vertical Localization
Paper: A Perceptual Model of “Punch” Based on Weighted Transient Loudness
Engineering Report: Selecting the Right Filters when Oversampling for Nonlinear Waveshaping
Feature: Immersive and Interactive Audio Technology
Immersive and Interactive Audio Conference Report, York
Headphone Technology Conference Preview, San Francisco
Automotive Audio Conference Preview, Neuburg on the Danube
Section News, Products, etc.
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