[music-dsp] AES membership issue
npb207 at nyu.edu
Mon Feb 2 23:40:15 EST 2004
I can assure you that the AES is not a fraudulent organization. I
have been a member for about six years now and have always received my
copy of the journal. The biggest advantage that I find as a student is
the ability to get a discount on the entrance price to the AES
convention. The convention is a great place to learn about new
technologies, see demos of new gear, and meet some incredible people.
More importantly it is a great place to see people that I haven't seen
in a while. A lot of the people that I attended undergrad with at U of
Miami that were AES members come to the convention and we usually have
a pretty good time. Hopefully the AES will straighten out your
On Monday, February 2, 2004, at 10:47 PM, mehmet at ece.pdx.edu wrote:
> This is my first post. Naturally, it's a question.
> I'm wondering if there are any Audio Engineering Society members are
> on this
> group and if so, what you think of it.
> I paid for a membership a little over a year ago. For several months
> after I
> got the membership card, I received nothing more. I checked their
> website in
> case there is no journal sent to student members, but it clearly says
> members should receive the journal. That was what I was mostly
> interested in.
> I wrote a number of e-mails to AES and left two phone messages, asking
> them to
> let me know why I never received a thing from them. They didn't
> respond, even
> by e-mail.
> By the time my membership expired, I had received nothing and heard
> I don't know what to think. They took my money and I think it may be a
> fraudulent organization.
> Has anyone had similar experiences.
> Mehmet Vurkac
> mehmet at ece.pdx.edu
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