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: AES Presidents and JAES Editor. Papers: Patole and Rege, Davis, Najnudel et al., McGinnity et al., Huang et al., Nowak and Fischer, and Torcoli et al. Standards: Liaison with IEC and Summary Reports. Report: 147th Convention (New York). Article: Rumsey on room acoustics. Section News: Italy, Pacific Northwest, and Taiwan. Obituaries: William Watkins. Calls for Nominations: Awards, Board of Directors and Governors. Book Review: Recording Classical Music. Index to Issue 67. AES Bylaws. 2018 Financial Statement.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Comparative Analysis of Classifiers and Feature Sets for Acoustic Environment Classification
Paper: Rapid Prediction of Polyester Magnetic Tape
Paper: Simulation of the Ondes Martenot
Paper: Ribbon-Controlled Oscillator
Paper: Management of Sound Levels in Live Music Venues
Paper: A Net-Based Bandwidth Extension Method for Audio Compression
Paper: Modeling the Perception of System Errors in
Paper: Spherical Microphone Array Auralizations
Paper: Preferred Levels for Background Ducking in
Feature: 147th Convention Report, New York
Feature: Room Acoustics
Call for Nominations: Board of Governors, Awards
Call for Nominations: AES Bylaws
Call for Nominations: Index to Volume 66
Section News, Obituaries, etc.
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