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: Melchior, Stuart and Craven, Angus, and Stuart et al. Standards: Draft Reports and Calls for Comments. Report: 146th Convention (Dublin). Article: Rumsey on loudspeaker design. Section News: Beijing, Chicago, CRAS, Graz, Indiana U., Pacific Northwest, and Toronto. Products: Acustica, CEntrance, JBL, Nektar, Outline, Sonifex, and Stage Tec. Book Reviews: Audio Metering by Brixen.READ MORE
This issue includes:
Paper: Understanding the Evolution of High-Resolution Audio
Paper: A Hierarchical Approach for Audio Capture, Archive, and Distribution
Paper: The Art and Science of Dithering
Paper: A Tutorial Review of Modern Sampling Theory
Paper: Considering High-Frequency Intermodulation Distortion in High-Resolution Audio
Feature: Loudspeaker Design
146th Convention Report, Dublin
Standards and Information Documents
Section News, Book Reviews, etc.
AES3 (2-channel digital audio), AES10 (MADI), AES14 (analog XLR pin-out) - AES Standards have improved your workflow, and possibly saved your production, more times than you realize. AES Standards bring the industry's engineering teams together to insure peak performance and interoperability.
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