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Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics
Acoustics Today
 

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ASA Editors

  • ASA Editor-in-Chief: James F. Lynch
  • Charles C. Church, JASA Express Letters
  • Megan S. Ballard, POMA
  • Arthur N. Popper, Acoustics Today
  • Allan D. Pierce, Emeritus Editor-in-Chief

 

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  • Liz Bury, Senior Managing Editor - ASA Publications
  • Malene’ Walters, Publications Business Manager
  • Kelly Quigley, JASA Manuscript Manager
  • Saana McDaniel, JASA-EL Manuscript Manager
  • Helen Wall Murray, POMA Manuscript Manager
  • Kat Setzer, ASA Editorial Associate
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Daniel Farrell

Since 1929, The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (JASA) has been the leading source of theoretical and experimental research results in the broad interdisciplinary subject of sound. The journal serves physical scientists, life scientists, engineers, psychologists, physiologists, architects, musicians, and speech communication specialists.

ASA Editor-in-Chief: James F. Lynch | JASA Editorial Board

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  • Eigenfrequency optimisation of free violin plates March 2, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 3, Page 1400-1410, March 2021. We discuss how the modal response of violin plates changes as their shape varies. Starting with an accurate 3D scan of the top plate of a historic violin, we develop a parametric model that controls a smooth shaping of […]
    Sebastian Gonzalez
  • Generating coherence-constrained multisensor signals using balanced mixing and spectrally smooth filters March 2, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 3, Page 1425-1433, March 2021. The spatial properties of a noise field can be described by a spatial coherence function. Synthetic multichannel noise signals exhibiting a specific spatial coherence can be generated by properly mixing a set of uncorrelated, possibly non-stationary, signals. The mixing […]
    Daniele Mirabilii
  • Shape optimization of acoustic horns for improved directivity control and radiation efficiency based on the multimodal method March 2, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 3, Page 1411-1424, March 2021. The multimodal method is used to develop an approach for optimizing the shape of axisymmetric acoustic horns for both well-controlled directivity and high radiation efficiency over a wide frequency range. A horn with an arbitrary profile can be efficiently […]
    Hao Dong
  • Exponential spectro-temporal modulation generation March 2, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 3, Page 1434-1443, March 2021. Traditionally, real-time generation of spectro-temporally modulated noise has been performed on a linear amplitude scale, partially due to computational constraints. Experiments often require modulation that is sinusoidal on a logarithmic amplitude scale as a result of the many perceptual […]
    Trevor A. Stavropoulos
  • REVIEWS OF ACOUSTICAL PATENTS March 1, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 149, Issue 3, Page 1385-1389, March 2021. The purpose of these acoustical patent reviews is to provide enough information for a Journal reader to decide whether to seek more information from the patent itself. Any opinions expressed here are those of the reviewers as individuals and […]
    Sean A. Fulop

 

JASA Express Letters (JASA-EL) is an open access journal devoted to providing rapid and open dissemination of important new research results and technical discussion in all fields of acoustics. It serves physical scientists, life scientists, engineers, psychologists, physiologists, architects, musicians, and speech and hearing scientists. Letters are published online as they are accepted for publication. They are archived monthly as one section within the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America.

Editor: Charles C. Church | JASA-EL Editorial Board

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  • Speech intelligibility with various head-related transfer functions: A computational modelling approach March 2, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 3, March 2021. Speech intelligibility (SI) is known to be affected by the relative spatial position between target and interferers. The benefit of a spatial separation is, along with other factors, related to the head-related transfer function (HRTF). The HRTF is individually different and thus, the cues that affect […]
    Axel Ahrens
  • Robust direction-of-arrival estimation for a target speaker based on multi-task U-net based direct-path dominance test February 24, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021. A dedicated multi-task network for a direct-path dominance test has been proposed recently, based on which the robustness of the direction-of-arrival estimation for a target speaker tends to be significantly improved. In this Letter, the network is further refined to avoid the original two-stage processing. Moreover, […]
    Hao Wang
  • Respect the surroundings: Effects of phonetic context variability on infants' learning of minimal pairs February 24, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021. Fourteen-month-olds' ability to distinguish a just learned word, /buːk/, from its minimally different word, /duːk/, was assessed under two pre-exposure conditions: one where /b, d/-initial forms occurred in a varying vowel context and another where the vowel was fixed but the final consonant varied. Infants in […]
    Barbara Höhle
  • Assessing vowel effects on voice quality, and voice quality effects on the respiratory system February 24, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021. This study assesses (a) effects of vowel height and tense-lax status on the laryngeal closed quotient (CQ) and (b) whether respiratory volume changes vary with differences in CQ. German speakers produced words containing eight different vowels in normal and loud conditions. The only significant vowel effect […]
    Laura L. Koenig
  • A simple method for moving source depth estimation applied to the SWellEx96 data February 18, 2021
    JASA Express Letters, Volume 1, Issue 2, February 2021. Existing methods for source localization in an ocean waveguide generally require simultaneous range and depth estimation as they are intrinsically coupled in the acoustic field. Using beam intensities averaged over ranges longer than the mode cycle distances, it is shown that the range-averaged vertical beam distribution […]
    Jianguo Zhang

Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics (POMA) is an editor-reviewed, open-access, online journal published by the Acoustical Society of America (ASA). Articles originate as papers presented at semiannual ASA meetings or at other cosponsored meetings. Researchers and practitioners are encouraged to submit manuscripts to POMA.

Editor: Megan S. Ballard | POMA Editorial Board

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  • The vibration signal weighted by the cutting parameters for tool wear detection of milling machine March 1, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 42, Issue 1, December 2020. The quality of the workpiece and the productivity of the manufacturing is interrelated to the tool condition. However, during the milling process, great differences of the vibration signals are caused by different cutting parameters, which lead to the difficulty of tool wear monitoring. Combining […]
    Mingxin Hui
  • Acoustic source centering of musical instrument directivities using acoustical holography March 1, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 42, Issue 1, December 2020. The acoustic center of a source is commonly defined as the point from which spherical wavefronts appear to diverge. Measuring directivities of sound sources with a surrounding spherical array whose geometric origin is not aligned with the acoustic center of the source can lead […]
    Samuel D. Bellows
  • Inferring elastic properties of seagrass tissue from its acoustic response using finite element analysis February 23, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 42, Issue 1, December 2020. Previous investigations related to acoustic propagation through seagrass have shown that sound waves are sensitive to the gas contained within seagrass tissue as well as free bubbles produced by photosynthesis. The acoustical effects include reduced low-frequency sound speed and increased sound attenuation. The effects […]
    Nicholas A. Torres
  • Acoustic features from the recording studio for Music Information Retrieval Tasks February 23, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 42, Issue 1, December 2020. Producers of Electronic Dance Music (EDM) typically spend more time creating, shaping, mixing and mastering sounds, than with aspects of composition and arrangement. They analyze the sound by close listening and by leveraging audio metering and audio analysis tools, until they successfully created the […]
    Tim Ziemer
  • Lateralization asymmetry in right/left ears of elderly individuals with respect to various sound pressure levels February 23, 2021
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 42, Issue 1, December 2020. The authors have previously reported that elderly individuals have asymmetrical right and left ear performance when they horizontally lateralize a 1 kHz pure tone with Interaural Time Differences (ITDs). In the previous experiment, the Sound Pressure Level (SPL) was set to 60.0 dB(A), but in the […]
    Kazumoto Morita

 

Acoustics Today is the open access scientific magazine of the Acoustical Society of America. Today provides scholarly articles and essays about topics that cover the broad range of the acoustics discipline.. The articles, all of which are invited, are reviews of topics that will be of interest to, and easily understood, by individuals with a reasonably strong background in any area of acoustics.

Editor: Arthur N. Popper | AT Editorial Board

Institutional Subscription Rates

Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2021 Rates

(includes the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, JASA Express Letters, Acoustics Today magazine, and online-only archival publications: Acoustics Research Letters Online, Noise Control magazine, Sound: Its Uses and Control magazine)

Access TypeOnline Access Years Covered2021 VolumesNo. IssuesE-ISSN/ISSNUSAOutside USA
  149 & 150120001-4966  
Frontfile only1999-2021   $2,602$2,602
Frontfile with backfiles1929-2021   $3,253$3,253
Frontfile and Print1999-2021   $2,888$3,073
Frontfile and Print with backfiles1929-2021   $3,539$3,724

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