Audio Engineering Journals?

Started by davidross September 30, 2006
Hi folks,

What are the best journals for Audio Engineering? I'm looking mainly for
filter designs techniques targeted at audio.

Journal of Audio Engineering is one, but

What else is good?

Thanks very much for any tips. Also, is it possible to buy a subscription
to online downloadable journals where you can access a LOT of material
over the net?

Best Regards
David
"davidross" <david_ross@hotmail.co.uk> wrote in news:w4-
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> > Hi folks, > > What are the best journals for Audio Engineering? I'm looking mainly for > filter designs techniques targeted at audio. > > Journal of Audio Engineering is one, but > > What else is good? > > Thanks very much for any tips. Also, is it possible to buy a subscription > to online downloadable journals where you can access a LOT of material > over the net? > > Best Regards > David
There best source is the one you already mentioned (JAES). You can download articles including preprints from the AES web site. AudioXpress has lots of construction articles but I don't think there is much on DSP or filtering. The music-dsp discussion list is not a publication but is a good resource. -- Al Clark Danville Signal Processing, Inc. -------------------------------------------------------------------- Purveyors of Fine DSP Hardware and other Cool Stuff Available at http://www.danvillesignal.com
Thanks Al,

JAES it is then.

Cheers,
David

>"davidross" <david_ross@hotmail.co.uk> wrote in news:w4- >dnaMu8Mj9zYPYnZ2dnUVZ_sydnZ2d@giganews.com: > >> >> Hi folks, >> >> What are the best journals for Audio Engineering? I'm looking mainly
for
>> filter designs techniques targeted at audio. >> >> Journal of Audio Engineering is one, but >> >> What else is good? >> >> Thanks very much for any tips. Also, is it possible to buy a
subscription
>> to online downloadable journals where you can access a LOT of material >> over the net? >> >> Best Regards >> David > >There best source is the one you already mentioned (JAES). You can
download
>articles including preprints from the AES web site. > >AudioXpress has lots of construction articles but I don't think there is
>much on DSP or filtering. > >The music-dsp discussion list is not a publication but is a good
resource.
> >-- >Al Clark >Danville Signal Processing, Inc. >-------------------------------------------------------------------- >Purveyors of Fine DSP Hardware and other Cool Stuff >Available at http://www.danvillesignal.com >