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: McCormack et al., Pulkki et al., Ma et al., Tylka and Choueiri, and Costa et al. Standards: Summary Reports. Report: Headphone Technology Conference (San Francisco). Article: Rumsey on headphone technology. Section News: Argentina, Aural Escuela, CASE, Central Texas, CRAS, Ireland, Los Angeles, Nashville, Pacific Northwest, and Toronto. Products: Cedar, Harman/AKG, IHSE USA, JBL, Klark Technik, Sonic Studio, Yamaha, and Zylia. Obituaries: Rein Narma. New Officers 2020.


2019 November - Volume 67 Number 11

This issue includes:
Paper: Sound-Field Visualization Using Spatially-Localized Active-Intensity Vectors
Paper: Perception of Sound Source in the Frontal Median Plane
Paper: Adaptive Superdirective Crosstalk Cancellation Using a Linear Loudspeaker Array
Paper: Parametric Interpolation Methods for Virtual Sound Field Navigation
Paper: Sparse Time-Frequency Representation for Polyphonic Audio
Feature: Headphone Technology Feature Article
Headphone Technology Conference Report, San Francisco
New Officers 2020
Section News, Obituaries, etc.


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