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 President and Special Issue Guest Editors. Papers: Ntalampiras, Vryzas et al., Liew and Lindborg, Jeong et al., Coleman et al., Koszewski and Kostek, Vrysis et al., Das et al., and Malecki et al. Standards: AES wins Emmy and Summary Reports. Preview: Worship Sound Academy (Nashville). Article: Rumsey on modeling audio effects. Section News: Beijing, Belgium, CRAS, Hamburg, Ireland, Japan, Melbourne, Philadelphia, and Toronto. Calls for Contributions: 149th Convention, New York. Book Reviews: Foundations in Sound Design for Linear Media, High-Quality Horn Loudspeaker Systems, and Engineering Noise Control, 5th Edition. Products: AKG, Cedar, Glensound, Klark Teknik, MAAT, and RTI.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Special Issue on Sound in Immersion and Emotion
Paper: Language-Agnostic Recognition of Emotions in Speech
Paper: Continuous Speech Emotion Recognition
Paper: Sonification of Cross-Cultural Differences in Happiness Tweets
Paper: Intensity Estimation of Piano Notes in Recordings
Paper: Using Machine Learning to Categorize Auditory Objects
Paper: Musical Instrument Tagging Using Data Augmentation
Paper: Deep Learning vs. Temporal Feature Integration
Paper: Monophonic Sample-Based Pitch Tracking
Engineering Report: Electronic Music Production in Ambisonics
Feature: Worship Sound Academy Preview, Nashville
Feature: Modeling Audio Effects
Standards and Information Documents
Call for Contributions: 149th Convention, New York
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.
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