AT Collections – Human Psychoacoustics

AT Collections – Human Psychoacoustics ​Human hearing is of great interest. The articles in this collection focus on measuring human hearing using psychoacoustical methods.  The intent is to learn about what and how humans hear. A subset of these articles focus on...

AT Collections – Science Communication

AT Collections – Science Communication​ STEM professionals are accustomed to communicating their research and activities to peers. However, the standard conference or lecture approach for communicating usually is not the best way to educate someone with little to no...

AT Collections – Computation and Acoustics

AT Collections – Computation and Acoustics​ Computational methods play a prominent role in all areas of acoustical research. They are used, for example, to model sound waves propagating in complex environments and interactions between sound waves and vibrating...

AT Collections – Noise Effect and Criteria – Acoustical Standards

AT Collections – Noise Effect and Criteria – Acoustical Standards​ Acoustics touches a wide range of our lives and the world.  Occupational and recreational noise exposure is the primary cause of hearing loss among humans.  Terrestrial and aquatic animals are affected...

AT Collections – Underwater Sound – Methods

AT Collections – Underwater Sound – Methods AT Collections – Underwater Sound – Methods read more Twenty-Thousand Leagues Under the Sea- Recording Earthquakes with Autonomous Floats – Frederik J. Simons, Joel D. Simon, and Sirawich...

AT Collections – Underwater Acoustics

AT Collections – Underwater Acoustics Underwater acoustics is the study of sound in the sea. It encompasses a huge range of topics including the physics of acoustic propagation and the effects of the oceanographic features. the rough surface, the ice canopy in polar...

AT Collections – Women in Acoustics

AT Collections – Women in Acoustics   The articles in this Collection were written by Women in Acoustics members. You can learn more about Women in Acoustics at womeninacoustics.org. Women in Acoustics read more “Listen Up! And Get Involved!” by Tracianne B....

AT Collections – Acoustics in Space

AT Collections – Acoustics in Space They say no one can hear you scream in space, but is it true? On Earth we think of sound as vibrations traveling through air or water, and the same is true of other planets, except that the ‘air’ and ‘water’ might be replaced by...

Zhang Media

https://acousticstoday.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Multimedia1-1.mp4 Multimedia1: Vocal fold vibration during normal phonation from a top view.  An important feature of normal phonation is that the glottis remains closed for a considerable duration within one cycle...

AT Collections – Acousticians of Note

AT Collections – Acousticians of Note Over the years, Acoustics Today has had articles that focus on the careers of ASA members and others who have made very substantial contributions to acoustics.  We look forward to adding to this list over the next few years. Dick...

AT Collections – Ask an Acoustician

AT Collections – Ask an Acoustician Ask an Acoustician is a set of interviews of ASA Members about their careers. Dr. Micheal Dent, Acoustics Today Associate Editor, conducted each of the interviews and edited the material for clarity. In these interviews, we asked...

Kent L. Gee

2021:summer:Ask an Acoustician: Kent L. Gee - interviewed by Michael L....

AT Collections – Soundscapes – Environmental Sound

AT Collections – Soundscape Environmental Sound AT Collections – Soundscapes – Environmental Sound AT Collections – Soundscape Environmental Sound read more The Soundscape of Twenty-First-Century Libraries – Gary W. Siebein, Keely M. Siebein, Marylin...

AT Collections – Anthropogenic Sound & Animals

AT Collections – Anthropogenic Sound & Animals   Evolutions in Marine Mammal Noise Exposure Criteria – Brandon L. Southall read more The Underwater Sound from Offshore Wind Farms – Jennifer Amaral read more Where the Decibels Hit the Water-...

AT Collections – Acoustical Standards

AT Collections – Acoustical Standards Acoustical standards permit interoperability and compatibility, advance scientific discovery, simplify product development, and reduce unnecessary duplication of effort. They also increase productivity and lower costs while...

AT Collections – Concert Hall Acoustics

AT Collections – Concert Hall Acoustics Archaeoacoustics: Re-Sounding Material Culture – Miriam A. Kolar read more AT Collections – Concert Hall Acoustics AT Collections – Concert Hall Acoustics read more CLARITY, COCKTAILS, AND CONCERTS- LISTENING IN CONCERT HALLS...

AT Collections – ASA Administrative Committees

AT Collections – ASA Administrative Committees The Acoustical Society has a number of administrative committees that are critical for its function.  These Sound Perspectives essays describe these groups and their function. AT Collections – ASA Administrative...

AT Collections – Technical Committees

AT Collections – Technical Committees The thirteen technical committees of the Acoustical Society of America (ASA) provide the focus for members’ technical interests. The technical committees play an important role in arranging technical sessions for the meetings...

AT Collections – Animal Bioacoustics

AT Collections – Animal Bioacoustics AT Collections – Animal Bioacoustics AT Collections – Animal Bioacoustics read more Animal Psychoacoustics – Micheal L. Dent Animal psychoacoustics is an instrumental tool for our understanding of how nonhumans perceive...

AT Collections – Musical Instrument Design & Acoustics

AT Collections – Musical Instrument Design & Acoustics Acoustics of Organ Pipes – Judit Angster, Péter Rucz, András Miklós Knowledge of the acoustics of organ pipes is being adopted in applied research for supporting organ builders. read more American...

Volume 1 -2005

To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title. Featured Articles FROM THE EDITOR ACOUSTIC REMOTE SENSING OF OCEAN GYRES – Peter F. WorcesterDINNER CONVERSATION (AN OXYMORON?) – Marshall LongTHE...

Volume 2 -2006

To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title. Featured Articles INFRASOUND – Henry E. BassLOWERING THE BOOM – Victor W. SparrowNOT INVENTED HERE – Timothy L. O’BrienFINDING CONNECTIONS...

Volume 3 -2007

To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title. Featured Articles SOUNDSCAPE- AN APPROACH TO RELY ON HUMAN PERCEPTION AND EXPERTISE IN THE POST-MODERN COMMUNITY NOISE ERA – Brigitte Schulte-Fortkamp...

Volume 4 -2008

To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title. Featured Articles TIME REVERSAL – Brian E. AndersonRESONANCES AND TIME-OF-FLIGHT- ULTRASONIC PROBES OF CONDENSED MATTER GO DIGITAL – Albert...

Volume 5 -2009

To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title. Featured Articles DE MOTU SONI – Rev. William DerhamATHANASIUS KIRCHER’S PHONURGIA NOVA- THE MARVELOUS WORLD OF SOUND DURING THE 17TH CENTURY –...

CampbellMultimedia

https://acousticstoday.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Campbell-Multimedia1.mp4 Multimedia1. Murray Campbell demonstrates that putting a sock in the horn of an early 20th century HMV horn gramophone modifies the loudness and timbre of the radiated sound, but does not...

Cover template – current issue

To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title. From the Editor From the President Featured Articles Communicate Your Science: Engaging Public Audiences with Acoustics – Allison B. Coffin As the Wind...

Volume 17 – 2021

To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title. From the Editor Featured Articles Computational Methods and Techniques Across Acoustics – Grant C. EastlandUltrasonic Hearing in Cats and Other Terrestrial...

COVID Pandemic and Its Impact on ASA Members

COVID Pandemic and Its Impact on ASA Members COVID Pandemic and Its Impact on ASA Members Over the past year, the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic has redefined daily work and life circumstances for Acoustical Society of America (ASA) members around the world. In February 2021,...

Volume 15 – 2019

To view or download the full issue, click the cover image. To read an individual article, click its title. From the Editor From the President Featured Articles Defense Applications of Acoustic Signal Processing – Brian G. Ferguson Snap, Crackle and Pop: Theracoustic...