Journals related to Auditory Displays
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Acoustical Society of America
500 Sunnyside Boulevard
Woodbury, NY 11797
Publishes original studies in several areas of acoustics including psychological and physiological acoustics, speech production, perception and processing, music and musical instruments, noise effects, and control. It also publishes information on acoustics news, standards, and patents.
AES: Journal of the Audio Engineering Society Audio Engineering Society
60 East 42nd Street, Rm. 2520
New York, NY 10165-2520
Original papers covering all aspects of audio engineering, including such topics as digital recording, speaker and microphone design, sound recording techniques, sound synchronization and tranmission in various media such as film and television, sound reinforcement, and audio measurement and analysis. In addition to the journal, the proceedings from the AES conferences are another information resource.
Essex, UK: Elsevier Science Publishers. ISSN: 0003-682X.
IEEE Transactions on Speech and Audio Processing:
A publication of the IEEE Signal Processing Society
New York, NY: IEEE. ISSN: 1063-6676.
Leonardo Music Journal
LMJ: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences, and Technology
Oxford: Pergamon Press. ISSN: 0961-1215.
Perception and Psychophysics
Psychonomic Society Publications
1710 Fortview Road
Austin, TX 78704
Publishes original studies of sensory processes, perception, and psychophysics. Primarily empirical studies of fundamental perceptual phenomena.
Computer Music Journal Cambridge, Massachusetts
CMJ is the most important source for information on new sound synthesis alogrithms, computer music composition techniques, computer-assisted music analysis programs, and a host of other issues.
ACM Transactions on Applied Perception (TAP)
It publishes papers off inter-disciplinary research that crosses the boundaries between perception and computer science disciplines such as graphics, vision, acoustics and haptics. The scope of this journal includes applications and algorithms in any of these fields that incorporate elements of perception.
Volume 2, Issue 4 (October 2005) was a special edition marking 10 years of ICAD conferences.
An International Journal of Music and Technology. It concentrates upon the impact which the application of technology is having upon music in a variety of genres, including multimedia, performance art, sound sculpture and music ranging from popular idioms to experimental electroacoustic composition. It provides a unique forum for anyone interested in electroacoustic music studies, its creation and related developments to share the results of their research as they affect musical issues.