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: Breebaart et al., Franck et al., Paulus et al., Wilson and Fazenda, Heilemann et al., Kon and Koike, Menzies and Fazi, Woodcock et al., Silzle et al., and Ward and Shirley. Standards: Draft Reports and Calls for Comments. Preview: 147th Convention (New York). Article: Rumsey on audio forensics. Section News: Beijing, Belgium, Japan, Sweden, Taiwan, Toronto, and Turkey. Book Reviews: Sound Insulation in Buildings. Obituaries: Jiri Tichy. Calls for Papers and Contributions: JAES Special Issue on Semantic Audio Production and AES Academy 2020 (Anaheim).READ MORE
This special issue on Object-Based Audio includes:
Paper: Spatial Coding of Complex Object-Based Program Material
Paper: Semantically Informed Rendering of Object-Based Audio
Paper: Source Separation for Dialogue Enhancement in Object-Based Broadcast
Paper: User-Guided Rendering of Audio Objects Using an Interactive Genetic Algorithm
Paper: Near-Field Object-Based Audio Rendering on Flat-Panel Displays
Paper: Estimating Late Reverberation Using Convolution Neural Networks
Paper: Multichannel Compensated Amplitude Panning as an Adaptive Object-Based Reproduction Method
Paper: Influence of Visual Stimuli on Perceptual Attributes of Spatial Audio
Paper: Testing Quality of Experience of an Object-Based Radio Reproduction App on a Mobile Device
Paper: Personalization in Object-Based Audio to Improve Accessibility of Hearing Impaired Listeners
Feature: Audio Forensics
Standards and Information Documents
147th Convention Preview, New York
Call for Papers: Special Issue on Semantic Music Production
Call for Contributions: AES Academy 2020, Anaheim
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.
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