ASA Press Releases
The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) Press Room was created by the ASA Public Relations Committee to provide efficient dissemination of information regarding the Society and the field of acoustics to the news media, science writers, and other interested parties. Below are press releases.
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Community diversity is among many factors, including gender and ethnicity, that determine the use of creaky voice in speech in Sydney, Australia.
Automated software mixes drums, vocals to create unique musical combinations.
Prisons can be noisy places, but thoughtful design can lower stress and improve conditions for both staff and prisoners.
Traditional Indonesian instrument made with bamboo and used by duck herders performs best in the rain.
Object tracking combined with a speaker array can provide real-time audio feedback in three dimensions.
Playing Australia’s most iconic instrument, the Didjeridu, requires producing vibrations inside the vocal tract.
A new approach to ultrasound imaging can provide real-time insights into muscle dynamics.
Acoustical imaging helps reveal causes and potential cures of myopia.
Technique employs bubbles formed and popped in response to sound waves to deliver vaccines and achieve potentially improved immune response.
Analyzing the sound of a sailing disc can teach valuable signal processing lessons in an interactive way.
Media can register for Acoustics 2023 Sydney to learn more about needle-free vaccine delivery, automated pop song mashups, acoustic design in prisons, and advances in table tennis for people with vision loss.
In-person #Acoustics23 meeting and virtual press conferences to highlight international advancements in science of sound
Modern music can be inaccessible to those with hearing loss; sound mixing tweaks could make a difference.
Acoustical Society of America Announces Winners of Science Communication AwardsMelville, June 28, 2023 – The Acoustical Society of America (ASA) is pleased to announce the winners of the Science Communication Awards, recognizing excellence in the presentation of...
The Acoustical Society of America presented four special awards at the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair 2023