|Chair:||Vicki R. Melchior||Send Email|
|Chair:||Josh Reiss||Send Email|
Mission statement: AES high-resolution audio technical committee
The core mission of the committee is the quest for a comprehensive understanding of high resolution audio technology in all its aspects. High resolution refers to extended resolution in bandwidth, dynamic range, time, and spatial acuity. The achievement of excellent resolution within audio systems is influenced by a wide range of system elements as well as perceptual elements and signal processing. New technologies enabling ever-greater performance continue to evolve, and it is important to study the performance boundaries as the means of enabling a holistic understanding of both technology and supporting perceptual audio theories. The committee additionally seeks to encourage evolution of the enabling technologies and of audio engineering by promoting high standards of technical performance and sound reproduction.
There are three general areas of concentration that describe the committee's primary activities:
High resolution technology, comprising design issues and advances that enable high performance in playback gear:
- ADC and DAC
- Analog and digital systems and circuitry
- System technology
- Relevant aspects of transducer design
- Technology related to present and future distribution methods (discs, networks, electronic delivery)
Signal processing and theoretical issues related to high resolution waveforms including bandwidth, sampling rate, filtering, time resolution, dynamic resolution, spatial representation, etc.
Perceptual models and testing procedures permitting growth in the understanding and evaluation of high resolution audio, and of those parameters significant to waveform and equipment design.
AES 146th Convention Tutorial: Modern Sampling Part 2: Sparse/Compressive Sampling/Sensing
AES 145th Convention Tutorial: Power Amplification for High Resolution Audio
AES 144th Convention Tutorial: Power Amplification for High Resolution Audio
AES 144th Convention Tutorial: Modern Sampling: It's Not About the Sampling, It's About the Reconstruction!
AES 142nd Convention Workshop: Perception of Temporal Response and Resolution in the Time Domain
AES 140th Convention Workshop: Perceptual Evaluation of High Resolution Audio
AES 139th Convention Workshop: Perceptual Evaluation of High Resolution Audio
AES 137th Convention Workshop: D/A and A/D Design for Today's High Resolution Audio Formats
AES 136th Convention Tutorial: Linear Power Amplifiers Revisited: From Picowatts to a Kilowatt - A Practical Guide to Driving both Headphones and Loudspeakers Properly
AES 135th Convention Tutorial: Linear Power Amplifiers Revisited: From Picowatts to a Kilowatt - A Practical Guide to Driving both Headphones and Loudspeakers Properly
AES 133rd Convention Workshop: The Controversy over Upsampling - Boon or Scam?
AES 131st Convention Workshop: High Resolution Audio - A Networked Future?
AES 129th Convention Workshop: Progress in Computer-Based Playback of High Resolution Audio
AES 128th Convention Workshop: How Do We Evaluate High Resolution Formats for Digital Audio?
AES 124th Convention Workshop: Creating a Music Download Website
AES 31st International Conference: New Directions in High Resolution Audio
AES 121st Convention Workshop: High Resolution Audio - Discs vs. Downloads
AES 120th Convention Workshop: Design, Process and Function in High Resolution Audio
AES 119th Convention Workshop: Switching Amplifiers for High Resolution Audio
AES 118th Convention Workshop: Switching Power Amplifiers for High Resolution Audio
AES 117th Convention Workshop: High Resolution in an Age of Universal Playback
AES 115th Convention Workshop: High Resolution Audio - A Look at the Future
AES 114th Convention Workshop: The Future of High Resolution Audio
AES 112th Convention Workshop: Loudspeaker Layouts, Bass Management, and System Interfacing in High Resolution Multichannel Audio
AES 111th Convention Workshop: Myths in Audio
AES 110th Convention Workshop: Myths in Audio (e.g. Sampling, Quantization, Release Formats)
AES 109th Convention Workshop: High Resolution Audio
These documents do not necessarily express the official position of the AES on the issues discussed at these meetings, and only represent the views of committee members participating in the discussion. Any unauthorized use of these publications is prohibited. Authorization must be obtained from the Executive Director of the AES: Email, Tel: +1 212 661 8528, Address: 551 Fifth Ave., Suite 1225, New York, New York 10176, USA.
2019-10-24 TC Meeting Notes, New York, 2019
Description: TC Meeting Notes from 147th AES Convention, NYC, 2019
2018-10-22 TC Meeting Notes, New York, 2018
Description: TC Meeting Notes from 145th AES Convention, NYC, 2018
2017-10-24 TC Meeting Notes, New York, 2017
Description: TC Meeting notes from 143rd AES Convention, NYC, 2017
2017-6-27 TC Meeting Notes, Berlin, 2017
Description: TC Meeting notes from 142nd AES Convention, Berlin, 2017
2015-2-20 Trends in High Resolution Audio, 2015
Description: Trends in High Resolution Audio, January 2015
2012-1-30 Trends in High Resolution Audio, 2012
Description: Emerging Trends in High Resolution Audio, January-2012
|Bob Katz||Bob Stuart||Douglas McKinnie|
|Jan Berg||Thomas Sporer||Vicki R. Melchior|
|James J McTigue||Wieslaw Woszczyk||George Massenburg|
|David Rich||Jamie Angus||John Grant|
|Juergen Peissig||Josh Reiss||John Dawson|
|Hans van Maanen||Steve Temme||Oles Protsidym|
|Florian Camerer||Hyunkook Lee||David Jones|
|Pat Dennis||Michael Hudson||Bryan Martin|
|Dylan-Thomas Vance||Miles Rogers||Ryan Stables|
|Yonghao Wang||Phillip Tock||Brecht De Man|
To request membership in this Technical Committee please email the Chair by using the link above.