In This Section
- Synchronization of digital audio equipment; AES11 proposed for reaffirmation
- AES3 Digital interface; AES3-4 'Physical and electrical' proposed for reaffirmation
- AES3 Digital interface; AES3-3 'Transport' proposed for reaffirmation
- AES3 Digital interface; AES3-2 'Metadata and Subcode' proposed for reaffirmation
SC-04-01 meeting report, Munich, 2009-05
Report of the SC-04-01 Working Group on Acoustics and Sound Source Modeling, of the SC-04 Subcommittee on Acoustics meeting, held in conjunction with the AES 125th Convention in Munich, 2009-05-09
The meeting was convened by chair Wolfgang Ahnert
The agenda and the report of the previous meeting, 2008-10-02, were accepted as written.
AES56-R: Review of AES56-2008, AES standard on acoustics - Sound source modeling - Loudspeaker polar radiation measurements
Intent: Review of Standard AES56-2008, Initiated: 2008, Intent Target: 2013
Goal: Status Report, Goal date: Continuing
Status: AES standard AES56-2008 was reprinted with addenda, 2009-03-10.
AES-X081: Liaison with International Organization for Standardization
(ISO) SC 43-2 WG25
Project scope: to formalize the working relationship between AESSC SC-04-02 and ISO SC 43-2 WG25.
Assigned to: SC-04-01, Initiated: 1999-04 Intent: Liaison, Target: Continuing Current goal: Status report, Goal date: Continuing
Status: A new proposal has been made by R. Sauro to continue to work on section 2 of AES-4id. The working group is awaiting a Project Initiation Request. Project proposal must be expected during the next 4 weeks; otherwise this project will be closed.
There was a liaison between AES56-2008 and AES-5id-1997. It was intended to close AES-5id after AES56-2008 was published as a standard. We recommend not closing AES-5id because AES56-2008 does not cover the high resolution issues of speaker data.
A new project as a continuation for standard AES56-2008 has been
proposed: Sound source modeling - Polar radiation measurements for
loudspeakers used in arrays and clusters.
An online proposal will be submitted during the next 4 weeks.
There was no new business.
The next meeting will be scheduled in conjunction with the AES 127th Convention in N.Y. US, 2009-10.