The most recent AES Journal is now online with the latest news, call for contributions, events and updates, and research papers. This edition includes the Open Access paper – "A High Resolution and Full-Spherical Head-Related Transfer Function Database for Different Head-Above-Torso Orientations"
Other Features Include:
2018 Spatial Reproduction Conference, Call for Contributions, Tokyo
2018 Audio for Virtual and Augmented Reality Conference, Call for Contributions, Redmond
Sound Reinforcement Conference Report, Struer
AES@NAMM Preview, Anaheim
Audio forensics bene ts greatly from the research reported at a recent conference, and work continues on improving the reliability and ease of use of ENF data gathering and analysis. There’s also considerable effort going in to the authentication of recordings made on mobile devices such as iOS systems. A novel approach to recording authentication was reported based on reverberation analysis.
2018 Audio Archiving, Preservation, and Restoration Conference, Call for Contributions, Culpeper
Review of Society’s Sustaining Members
New Officers 2017/2018
…and much more!
Source: AES News