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:
Messages: Nadja Wallaszkovits (AES president). Letters: Blauert. Papers: Lee, Mitilineos et al., Brandt et al., Hrabina and Sigmund, and Pearce et al. Standards: Summary Reports. Article: Rumsey on recording techniques. Obituaries: Robert Schulein. Section News: Argentina, Brazil, Chicago, Czech, Taiwan, Toronto, and new AES executive director Colleen Harper. Products: AKG, Nektar, Outline, and QSC. Call for Papers: 147th Convention (New York) and Automotive Audio Conference (Munich).READ MORE
This issue includes:
Letter to the Editor: Assessing and Modeling the Concept of Quality Spatial Acoustics
Paper: Capturing 360° Audio using an Equal Segment Microphone Array
Paper: Neural Network Fusion and Selection Techniques for Efficient Sound Classification
Paper: Automated Noise PSD Estimation for Restoration of Archived Audio
Paper: Audio Event Database Collected for Gunshot Detection in Open Nature (GUDEON)
Engineering Report: Assessing the Rank Order of Prediction Models using Variance of Listening Test Ratings
Feature: Quantifying Recording Techniques
Standards and Information Documents
Call for Contributions: 147th Convention, New York
Call for Contributions: Automotive Audio Conference, Munich
Section News, Obituaries, etc.
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