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Thursday, September 16th, 2021 at 6:00pm
‘Whoop’ – new autonomous method precisely detects endangered whale vocalizations. Listen to the endangered North Atlantic Right Whale using an “up-call” to communicate, which is a short chirp or “whoop” that lasts about two seconds. https://t.co/dBU66CygXB

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Thursday, September 16th, 2021 at 4:35pm
Much like sunlight through a magnifying glass, sound energy may be focused to a small area to cause heating. Learn about Targeting Sound with Ultrasound in the Brain in this #LayLanguage paper from #AcousticsVirtuallyEverywhere. https://t.co/6t3fXoqRFR https://t.co/alfjELevSK acousticsorg photo
Thursday, September 16th, 2021 at 2:02pm
Nominations for The Medwin Prize in Acoustical Oceanography are due Oct 1. The prize recognizes a person for the effective use of sound in the discovery and understanding of physical and biological parameters and processes in the sea. Details at https://t.co/h5lnFoY5CH https://t.co/a8Jcqyl4jF acousticsorg photo
Wednesday, September 15th, 2021 at 5:30pm
Few studies have tracked how an individual speaker’s voice changes over time. This #AcousticsVirtuallyEverywhere #LayLanguage paper investigates three male speakers and how their voices change over the last 30 to 50 years of their lives. https://t.co/R3EJ0Fon4H https://t.co/llU2IEYYcJ acousticsorg photo
Wednesday, September 15th, 2021 at 1:46pm
The Reflections series takes a look back on historical articles from @ASA_JASA that have had a significant impact on the science and practice of acoustics. Find more Reflections at https://t.co/MMPA4AKOZH https://t.co/rRrt158v7n
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The newest Reflections article, "A war of coefficients or a meaningless wrangle over practical unessentials?" looks back on Paul E. Sabine's work on absorption coefficient measurements: https://t.co/FedgOE0kRi

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Wednesday, September 15th, 2021 at 10:20am
Recent developments in the field of condensed matter physics and quantum mechanics have been inspiring exciting opportunities to manipulate sound in new and unexpected ways based on topological concepts. More about Topological Acoustics in #AcousticsToday: https://t.co/duDqbyTedV https://t.co/8tksYleibz acousticsorg photo

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  • Aeroacoustic prediction for cooling fan using convolution quadrature boundary element method September 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 1912-1921, September 2021. A computational method to predict the aeroacoustic sound produced by the interaction between fluid and moving body is developed, then applied to the problem of aerodynamic noise radiation from an engine cooling fan. The flow field is computed using […]
    Xinzhong Gu
  • An integrated underwater soundscape analysis in the Bering Strait region September 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 1883-1896, September 2021. Rapid changes in the Arctic from shifting climate and human use patterns are affecting previously reported distributions and movements of marine mammals. The underwater soundscape, a key component of marine mammal habitats, is also changing. This study integrates acoustic […]
    Megan F. McKenna
  • Acoustic characterisation of string instruments by internal cavity measurements September 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 1922-1933, September 2021. The use of internal cavity sound measurements to characterise the acoustic properties of any hollow-bodied string instrument is described using the violin family as an example. Measurements are described using inexpensive sub-miniature electret microphones as sensors for the impact […]
    Colin Gough
  • Polarization of ocean acoustic normal modes September 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 1897-1911, September 2021. In ocean acoustics, shallow water propagation is conveniently described using normal mode propagation. This article proposes a framework to describe the polarization of normal modes, as measured using a particle velocity sensor in the water column. To do so, […]
    Julien Bonnel
  • Auditory memory for random time patterns in cochlear implant listeners September 15, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 1934-1944, September 2021. Learning about new sounds is essential for cochlear-implant and normal-hearing listeners alike, with the additional challenge for implant listeners that spectral resolution is severely degraded. Here, a task measuring the rapid learning of slow or fast stochastic temporal sequences […]
    HiJee Kang
  • Use of the filtered-x least-mean-squares algorithm to adapt personal sound zones in a car cabin September 14, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 1779-1793, September 2021. One of the main fields of application of personal sound zones (PSZs) is the car industry. PSZ systems are usually designed assuming that the acoustic environment is not changing. However, due to variability in the car cabin's acoustic conditions, […]
    Lucas Vindrola
  • A war of coefficients or a meaningless wrangle over practical unessentials? September 14, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page R5-R6, September 2021. The Reflections series takes a look back on historical articles from The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America that have had a significant impact on the science and practice of acoustics.
    Jamilla Balint
  • Predicting and classifying Japanese singleton and geminate consonants using logarithmic duration September 14, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 1830-1843, September 2021. To clarify the acoustic variables for predicting and classifying Japanese singleton and geminate consonants, raw and logarithmic durations of the consonants and their related segments were examined using 12 minimal pair words that were pronounced in a carrier sentence […]
    Shigeaki Amano
  • Seal bomb explosion sound source characterization September 14, 2021
    The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 150, Issue 3, Page 1821-1829, September 2021. Small explosive charges, called seal bombs, used by commercial fisheries to deter marine mammals from depredation and accidental bycatch during fishing operations, produce high level sounds that may negatively impact nearby animals. Seal bombs were exploded underwater and recorded […]
    Sean M. Wiggins
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