In This Section
- Graham Blyth Celebrates 20 years of Organ Concerts at AES 135
- Audio and Video Downloads Now Available
- Berlin Convention Registration Now Open!
- Mobile App is Also Ready to Download
- Call for Nominations Deadline Approaching
- Deadline is February 17th
- 135th AES Convention Hits A Five-Year High
- Convention takes a bite out of the Big Apple and reminds the industry that “If It’s About Audio, It’s At AES”
Internet Communications for the AES Historical Committee
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CharterThe AES Historical Committee E-mail Reflector is a forum for discussion of the history of audio engineering, as given in its Operating Structure: "To unite persons interested in the history of audio engineering and its allied fields; and to collect, write, publish, and otherwise disseminate accurate historical information about the field of audio engineering."
Using the E-Mail Reflector
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Making sure the subject fields accurately represent what is being talked about allows persons interested in those topics to find them, and those not not interested in those topics to skip them.
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PostingTo post to the reflector, send email to email@example.com. When replying, please TRIM UNNECESSARY PARTS of the original post to conserve bandwidth and server space.
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Getting HelpSending email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the text
will return a list of the commands majordomo understands.
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Contacting the Reflector HostIf all else fails, send email to Howard Sanner, the reflector host.
Web PageThe AES Historical Committee has a web page (http://www.aes.org/aeshc). There you will find links to other historical sites, reports on the history of audio engineering, information about active projects, communicating with the Historical Committee, and committee administration. The reflector software automatically compiles an archive of all posts to the AES Historical Committee's E-mail Reflector. To retrieve a list of files available, send email to email@example.com with the text
if you are on the "regular" reflector, or
if you have subscribed to the digest version (see below).
The list is in the format of a Unix directory display, which means that
the filenames are in the far right hand column. Note that Unix allows filenames
to be more than eleven characters and to contain more than one period.
To retrieve files, send email
to firstname.lastname@example.org with the text
get aeshc [filename]
get aeshc-digest [filename]
It is possible to get more than one file per request; just put each
"get" command on a separate line before the "end" command.
At the moment, the only way to search the archives is to retrieve the files and use an auxiliary program (grep, or the search function of your favorite word processor or text editor) to search for strings of interest.
Updated 2011-10-10 jm