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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
JASA Express Letters
Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics
Acoustics Today
 

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ASA Editors

  • ASA Editor-in-Chief: James F. Lynch
  • Charles C. Church, JASA-EL
  • Kent L. Gee, POMA
  • Arthur N. Popper, Acoustics Today
  • Allan D. Pierce, Emeritus Editor-in-Chief

 

ASA Publications Staff

  • Mary Guillemette, ASA Publications Manager
  • Liz Bury, JASA & JASA-EL Managing Editor
  • Kelly Quigley, JASA Manuscript Manager
  • Saana McDaniel, JASA-EL Manuscript Manager
  • Helen Wall Murray, POMA Manuscript Manager
  • Kat Setzer, AT Editorial Coordinator
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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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  • Source levels of humpback whales decrease with frequency suggesting an air-filled resonator is used in sound production February 19, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page 869-880, February 2019. Source level and frequency are important in determining how far an acoustic signal can travel. However, in some species these sound characteristics have been found to be biomechanically linked, and therefore cannot be modified independently to achieve optimal transmission. […]
    Elisa Girola
  • A computational study of depth of vibration into vocal fold tissues February 19, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page 881-891, February 2019. The effective depth of vocal fold vibration is self-regulated and generally not known a priori in vocalization. In this study, the effective depth was quantified systematically under various phonatory conditions using a fiber-gel finite element vocal fold model. The […]
    Anil Palaparthi
  • Attenuation of low-frequency sound in water containing dense bubble clouds February 19, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page 892-902, February 2019. Recently, the attenuation of sound propagating through a bubble cloud has been a subject of investigation due to its ability to mitigate low-frequency underwater noise from anthropogenic sources. The primary purpose of this work was to explore the use […]
    Maria P. Raveau
  • A performance study of acoustic interference structure applications on source depth estimation in deep water February 19, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page 903-916, February 2019. A recent publication by Duan et al. [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 142(3), EL245–EL250 (2017)] analyzed the interference pattern observed in the plot of acoustic intensity versus source-receiver range and frequency in deep water. This paper extends this work by […]
    Rui Duan
  • Modeling low-frequency vibration in light-weight timber floor/ceiling systems February 15, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page 831-846, February 2019. Producing practical designs for light-weight timber-framed structures that achieve high sound isolation remains a challenging task, in part because of the lack of models that can accurately predict the sound transmission through proposed designs. This work develops detailed modeling […]
    Colin Fox

 

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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  • Adaptive array reduction method for acoustic beamforming array designs February 14, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page EL156-EL160, February 2019. This letter presents a modification to a very recent iterative microphone removal array design process, called the Array Reduction Method (ARM). The ARM iteratively reduces an array based on the product of sidelobe and main lobe criteria, yet the […]
    Elias J. G. Arcondoulis
  • Deriving the onset and offset times of planning units from acoustic and articulatory measurements February 14, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page EL161-EL167, February 2019. Many psycholinguistic models of speech sequence planning make claims about the onset and offset times of planning units, such as words, syllables, and phonemes. These predictions typically go untested, however, since psycholinguists have assumed that the temporal dynamics of […]
    Joe Rodd
  • Spatial sound intensity vectors in spherical harmonic domain February 13, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page EL149-EL155, February 2019. Sound intensity is a fundamental quantity describing acoustic wave fields and it contains both energy and directivity information. It is used in a variety of applications such as source localization, reproduction, and power measurement. Until now, intensity is defined […]
    Huanyu Zuo
  • Flaw detection with ultrasonic backscatter signal envelopes February 13, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page EL142-EL148, February 2019. Ultrasound is a prominent nondestructive testing modality for the detection, localization, and sizing of defects in engineering materials. Often, inspectors analyze ultrasonic waveforms to determine if echoes, which stem from the scattering of ultrasound from a defect, exceed a […]
    Yongfeng Song
  • Lexical frequency effects in English and Spanish word misperceptions February 11, 2019
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 145, Issue 2, Page EL136-EL141, February 2019. When listeners misperceive words in noise, do they report words that are more common? Lexical frequency differences between misperceived and target words in English and Spanish were examined for five masker types. Misperceptions had a higher lexical frequency in […]
    Martin Cooke

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: Kent L. Gee | POMA Editorial Board

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  • Physiological orienting response, noise sensitivity, and annoyance from irrelevant background sound February 14, 2019
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 35, Issue 1, November 2018. Unexpected sounds are distracting and can be annoying but individuals may differ in susceptibility to them. Irrelevant sounds occurring at sparse temporal intervals induce a psychophysiological orienting response reflecting involuntary capture of attention. We hypothesize that the frequency and/or magnitude of individual listeners’ orienting […]
    Jordan Love
  • The low-frequency limit of proposed ratings for quantifying low-frequency impact insulation February 13, 2019
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 35, Issue 1, November 2018. The existing Impact Insulation Class for evaluating impact noise is calculated using the third-octave bands from 100-3150 Hz. The authors have recently published [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 141, pp. 428–440 (2017)] a two-rating method for evaluating impact sound insulation, in which the low and […]
    John LoVerde
  • Thermoacoustic waste heat recovery engine: Comparison of simulation and experiment February 11, 2019
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 35, Issue 1, November 2018. A thermoacoustic engine heated with a 10–20 kW 600C waste heat exhaust stream was designed and built. The heat is extracted from the exhaust with a microchannel counter flow heat exchanger and delivered to the hot side of the regenerator with a self-ciculating loop. […]
    Maarten Elferink
  • Production of English stop voicing distinction by Spanish speakers February 11, 2019
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 35, Issue 1, November 2018. The voicing distinction in English stop consonants involves distinct acoustic correlates depending on the position of the consonant. For Spanish speakers, prevocalic voicing distinction is in a familiar position whereas postvocalic voicing is in an unfamiliar position. In this study we examined whether Spanish […]
    Alicia Swain
  • Summary of “Biomedical Acoustics and Physical Acoustics: Shock Waves and Ultrasound for Calculus Fragmentation” February 11, 2019
    Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics, Volume 35, Issue 1, November 2018. This paper summarizes the special session, “Shock Waves and Ultrasound for Calculus Fragmentation,” that took place during the 176th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and 2018 Acoustics Week in Canada. The sessions were cosponsored by the Biomedical Acoustics and Physical Acoustics Technical […]
    Julianna C. Simon

Institutional Subscription Rates

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(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)

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$2,335 Domestic (USA)
$2,500 Air Freight (Outside USA)

Online only
$2,100 (worldwide)

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