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: Lund et al., Ma et al., Berthomieu et al., Sridhar et al., Brice, Su et al., and Brinkmann et al. Standards: Draft Report SC-07-01. Report: Audio Forensics Conference (Porto). Article: Rumsey on with-height spatial audio. Section News: Atlanta, Aural Escuela, CRAS, Ireland, Japan, Melbourne, Nigeria, Pacific Northwest, Toronto. Book Reviews: Trends in Digital Signal Processing, Acoustics and Psychoacoustics, Sound Reproduction, The Art of Mixing, and The Sound System Design Primer. Calls for Papers and Contributions: JAES Special Issue on Semantic Audio Production, AES Academy 2020 (Anaheim), 148th Convention (Vienna), Audio Education Conference (Murfreesboro and Nashville), and AVAR Conference (Redmond).READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Reexamination of a Theory of Perception as an Active Process Where Time Plays a Key Role
Paper: Nonlinear Distortion Reduction in Sound Zones
Paper: Directional Loudness of Low-Frequency Noises Under Various Conditions
Paper: Evaluation of Generalized Metrics for Constant Directivity
Engineering Report: A New Decoder for CD-4 (Quadradisc) Phonograph Records
Engineering Report: Exploring an Auditory Source Widening Effect in Binaural Synthesis
Engineering Report: A Database of Measured and Simulated HRTFs
Feature: With-Height Spatial Audio
Call for Contributions: AES Academy 2020, Anaheim
Call for Contributions: 148th Convention, Vienna
Call for Contributions: Audio Education Conference, Nashville
Call for Contributions: AVAR Conference, Redmond
Audio Forensics Conference Report, Porto
Special Issue on Semantic Music Production, Call for Papers
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.
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