AudioLab did pretty well at the 14th AES convention!
B. Tsui and G. Kearney, “A head-related transfer function database consolidation tool for high variance machine learning algorithms,” in AES 145th convention, 2018.
D. R. Méndez, C. Armstrong, J. Stubbs, M. Stiles, and G. Kearney, “Practical Recording Techniques for Music Production with Six-Degrees of Freedom Virtual Reality,” in AES 145th convention, 2018.
D. Johnston, H. Egermann, and G. Kearney, “SoundFields: A mixed reality spatial audio game for children with autism spectrum disorder,” in AES 145th convention, 2018.
C. Armstrong, T. Mckenzie, D. T. Murphy, and G. Kearney, “A Perceptual Spectral Difference Model for Binaural Signals,” in AES 145th convention, 2018.
T. Rudzki, D. Murphy, and G. Kearney, “A DAW-Based Interactive Tool for Perceptual Spatial Audio Evaluation”, in AES 145th convention, 2018.
We also had a good set of journal publications:
T. McKenzie, D. Murphy, and G. Kearney, “Diffuse-field equalisation of binaural ambisonic rendering,” Applied Sciences, vol. 8, iss. 10, 2018.
C. Armstrong, L. Thresh, D. T. Murphy, and G. Kearney, “A Perceptual Evaluation of Individual and Non-Individual HRTFs : A Case Study of the SADIE II Database,” Applied Sciences, vol. 8, iss. 11, 2018.
D. Johnston, H. Egermann, and G. Kearney, “Innovative computer technology in music based interventions for individuals with autism moving beyond traditional interactive music therapy techniques,” Cogent Psychology, p. 1554773, 2018.
H. Daffern, D. A. Camlin, H. W. Egermann, A. J. Gully, G. C. Kearney, C. Neale, C. and J. D. Rees-Jones, “Exploring the potential of virtual reality technology to investigate the health and well being benefits of group singing”, International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, vol. 15, issue 1 (2018)
S. Ternström, S. D’Amario, and A. Selamtzis, “Effects of the Lung Volume on the Electroglottographic Waveform in Trained Female Singers,” The journal of Voice, 2018.
K. Young, M. Lovedee-Turner, J. Brereton, and H. Daffern, “The Impact of Gender on Conference Authorship in Audio Engineering : Analysis Using a New Data Collection Method,” IEEE transactions on education, vol. 61, iss. 4, p. 328 – 335, 2018.