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Volume 154,
Issue 5,
November 2023

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The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America is 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.

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Technical Area Picks
Scott C. Haskell, Ning Lu et al.
A 700 kHz histotripsy array is used to generate repeated cavitation events in agarose, gelatin, and polyacrylamide hydrogels. High-speed optical imaging, a broadband hydrophone, and the narrow-band ...
Stephen McAdams, Etienne Thoret et el.
Timbre provides an important cue to identify musical instruments. Many timbral attributes covary with other parameters like pitch. This study explores listeners' ability to construct categories ...
A. Mimani, S. Nama
This work presents the results of a perception-based study of changes in the local soundscape at residences across India during the last 2 years of the COVID-19 pandemic and their effects on ...
Alain de Cheveigné
This paper suggests an explanation for listeners' greater tolerance to positive than negative mistuning of the higher tone within an octave pair. It hypothesizes a neural circuit tuned to ...
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Giulia Mazzeo, Giuseppe Petrone et al.
In transport engineering applications, flow-induced vibrations is an interesting topic to address since it may negatively affect the operation and the response of the system. Wind tunnel facilities ...
T. Douglas Mast
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.
Fabian Burk, Louisa Traser et al.
The messa di voce (MdV), which consists of a continuous crescendo and subsequent decrescendo on one pitch is one of the more difficult exercises of the technical repertoire of Western classical ...

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