Members are acting as if they learned something. Trouble is 5 of the 7 links don't work! The author is too lazy to see if they work. Any amateur can see the tmpFiles in the path and know they won't work. Obviously this is a setup to drum-up business. AES documents are not free either.
These tactics are heartbreaking.
That really sucks. They worked fine when I posted them.
You should be able to get to the articles by going to www.harman.com
. Put your pointer on "Company". On the drop down menu, select "technology leadership". The menu on the left will have Scientific Papers which will link you to the AES papers. The menu item "White Papers" will list some of the other documents.
The copyright issue is outside my control. Even the standards documents and recommended practices documents I've worked on (with others) have copyrights owned by the sponsoring organizations (like CEA, ITU) ... and even I have to pay to get my own additional copies beyond the original.
The author is too lazy to see if they work.
----Actually I did test them. You're making assumptions which support your vitriol. It would have been just as easy to post "hey...these don't work". The lazy part is an accurate observation since the links were "cut and paste". I was indeed too lazy to type them in one character at a time.
Obviously this is a setup to drum-up business.
I have no clue how this would, or would not drum up business; but, there are people who are much smarter in marketing than I am and may see this as a great marketing tool. Marketing is not my expertise. It may be obvious to you and isn't to me; but, then I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer.