The technical council and its first technical committees were founded by the Audio engineering Society in 1979, and standing rules covering their activities were established in 1986, with the intention of defining and consolidating the technical leadership of the Society for the benefit of the membership. The Technical Council consists of the Officers of the Technical Council, the Chairs of the Technical Committees, the Editor of the Journal, and as ex-officio members without vote, the other Officers of the Society.
Officers of the Technical Council include:
The Technical Council supports 20 Technical Committees representing distinct fields of audio engineering theory and practice:
This new educational CD, produced by the AES Technical Committee on Signal Processing (TC_SP), is intended primarily to address issues relevant to digital signal processing algorithm designers and implementers. The examples on this disc are intended to demonstrate a variety of audible artifacts, both good and bad, that digital audio signal processing engineers are likely to come across in their work.
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