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Saturday
Jan 26, 2013
MIDI: Musical Instrument Digital Interface, background and technical overview from ground zero
OHSU 8B-60 Lecture Bowl

The Applied Research & Technology Series (ARTS) is pleased to announce the second of three presentations on MIDI. In December 2012 ARTS explored MIDI-based applications and concepts such as controlled drum synthesis, sequencing, and sampling.

Tom Moxon, an experienced MIDI instrument design engineer, will explore MIDI protocol design and development history, technical operation, and MIDI master/slave relationships. Tom Moxon will share his personal design and development experience creating commercial MIDI instrument products.

Participation: Attendees are encouraged to bring their favorite electronic music tracks and discuss what makes them great. Questions and ideas should be directed to the meeting organizer.

Light refreshments will be served. Free parking at OHSU on Saturdays. The venue is served by TriMet. Plan your trip at trimet.org. UHS8B60 is located one floor down from the main OHSU lobby. Sound system with 3.5mm stereo mixing inputs will be provided.

Note: If you want to present video content, please contact the meeting organizer at least one week in advance of the presentation. Attendance is free and open to all ages. Preregistration is appreciated. Participation: Attendees are encouraged to bring their favorite electronically synthesized music tracks and participate in shared listening experiences before and after the main speaker's presentation. Knowledge of how the tracks were created could be an interesting complement. Web/Youtube access should be available at the meeting. Questions, ideas can be directed to meeting organizer.

Refreshments will be served. Free parking at OHSU on Saturdays. UHS8B60 is located in the University Hospital South building on the 8th floor. It is inside the hospital building west of the Emergency Ambulance entrance. Sound system with 3.5mm stereo mixing inputs will be provided.

Note: If you want to present video content, please contact meeting organizer beforehand. This event is all-ages, free and open to the general public. Preregistration is appreciated.

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Saturday
Mar 23, 2013
Studying the Art of MIDI, Part 3: Crafting Analog & Digital Audio using Synthesis & Sampling
OHSU University Hospital South (UHS) 8B60 ("8th Floor")

The Applied Research & Technology Series (ARTS) is proud to extend an open invitation to Studying the Art of MIDI, Part 3: Crafting Analog & Digital Audio using Synthesis & Sampling. The presenter will share the fundamentals, technology, and applications behind his topics. This is the third of three workshops to educate and explore the technologies behind electronic music production.

Light refreshments will be provided. Attendance is free and open to all ages. Please register at Website above.

Venue is served by Trimet. Plan your trip at trimet.org.

The presenter: Tom Moxon is the founder of Moxon Design, an electronics design consulting organization. He has designed integrated circuits for a number of client companies including Cray Research, Adobe Systems, Hewlett Packard, Silicon Graphics, Rohm, and Hyundai Electronics. He was also on the design team of the Emulator II Sampling Keyboard for EMU Systems in the early 1980's.

Event Sponsors: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Oregon Instrumentation & Measurement Society (IEEE IMS) Dedicated to the development and use of electrical and electronic instruments and equipment to measure, monitor and/or record physical phenomena.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Oregon Control Systems Society (IEEE CSS): An international scientific, engineering, and professional organization was founded in 1954 and is dedicated to the advancement of research, development, and practice in automation and control systems.

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Saturday
Jan 18, 2014
MIDI History and Modern MIDI Music and Video Production w/Bryan Bell
OHSU University Hospital South (UHS) 8B60 ("8th Floor")

IEEE IMS/CSS societies and MIDI User Group Portland (MUGPDX, formerly ARTS) are continuing a series of free community events related to MIDI technology and applications.

Bryan Bell will present on music technology old and new as well as music and video production:

http://www.emusician.com/features-interviews/0777/with-special-guests/147149

http://www.kvraudio.com/interviews/a-conversation-with-bryan-bell---stories-about-using-synthesizers-in-the-days-before-midi-and-long-before-plug-ins-18330

Agenda:

12:30pm Welcome guests and mingle

1:00pm Bryan's early work pre-MIDI, post-MIDI, and touring with big industry names producing music

2:00pm Break with complimentary refreshments

2:15pm Bryan's modern work creating, recording, and producing music and video content. Workflows from garage band to more advanced tools and video production

3:45pm Wrap up and questions

4:30pm Clear out

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Saturday
Mar 22, 2014
Creating content, managing workflow using digital audio workstation tools such as nanostudio. Designing content using arrangement charts.
OHSU 8B-60 Lecture Bowl

Afternoon seminar on the topic of digital audio content creation. Introduction and overview to using digital audio workstation tools such as nanostudio to create/edit/produce audio/visual content. Discussion of using methods such as arrangement charts to design stronger, more powerful content.

Joint event put on by IEEE Oregon chapter of CSS/IMS society & Experimental Electronica / Future Music meetup. http://www.meetup.com/experimental-electronica-future-music/events/165048272/

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Saturday
May 24, 2014
Trash Audio Synth Meet
Muffwiggler Store

Synthesizer manufacturers during the day will show, sell, and educate you on their gear and a versatile roster of artists performing in the evening

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Saturday
Jan 23, 2016
Karaoke Research Council ep. 3 TAPING: Futel + music by The Occupant
Open Signal (Formerly Portland Community Media)

COME BE IN OUR STUDIO AUDIENCE!!! Taping starts at 2 sharp.

Karaoke Research Council is a medium-silly TV show devoted to showing off Portlanders who are using the arts and/or technology to increase human connection in cool ways. And, of course, Karaoke research.

Karl Anderson and Elijah St. Clair of Futel join Ross live in Studio A to discuss and demonstrate their DIY telephone company Futel. Futel's been putting up free pay phones around town that are more than they appear. Check 'em out at http://futel.net/

Musical guest is The Occupant. With a sound that is simultaneously engrossing, abstract, and playful, The Occupant promises to confuse and delight. Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/shane-mcdonell

PLUS: -We'll continue our research into next-generation Karaoke with a new online demo of singalong.js that you can play at home with your friends

-E minor drone yoga

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Tuesday
Oct 24, 2017
Web Audio PDX - Web Audio PDX #4 – The Amazing AudioWorklet!
Mozilla

🔊 Welcome to WebAudioPDX 🔊

We're here to build a conversation and collaborate with people in Portland (and abroad) who're interested in Web Audio! 


Our first few meetups have been organizational & focused on gathering a core group of awesome individuals who're excited to build meaningful projects together. In October we’re continuing to trend towards learning together, getting active, and are connecting with the folks who implement Web Audio itself!

This month we couldn’t be more excited to welcome Hongchan Choi, who'll be sharing the magic of the AudioWorklet with us!

Hongchan is implementing Web Audio for Google Chrome around the clock, and actively develops the Web Audio API specification itself as a member of the W3C Audio Working Group.


In addition, he’s been building incredible projects like Omnitone (Spatial Audio Rendering on the Web), powerful prototyping tools, and is paving the way for Web Audio to be how we interact with and enjoy sound across the Web.

Here's what he'll be sharing with us this month:

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AudioWorklet - "What, Why and How-to"

Summary: "What is AudioWorklet and why do we need it?" To answer this question, the context and background of AudioWorklet project will be discussed. In the later part, the advantage of AudioWorkletNode over ScriptProcessorNode will be presented with the hands-on demo. Also the talk is followed by several topics around AudioWorklet such as thread priority, garbage collection and WASM.

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Have a project to share?
Bring your current projects to share and get everyone stoked about them! If you have a demo you'd like to share–we'd love to see it! We hope to help each other out with encouragement, code, and helpful feedback.

Are you a musician?
If you're a musician and not a programmer, and are interested in the internet of music and/or music tech, please come join us! We'd really love to talk with you and share perspectives!

🎉 See you there! 🎉

Missed the last couple meetups? No prob. These docs will get you up to speed! :D 
• Introduction to WebAudioPDX presentation Notes 
• Initial Meeting Notes

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Tuesday
Jun 19
Do You Want to Collaborate with other Music Artists in our Community?
TVF&R Station 67

Join us online for desktop or mobile at https://zoom.us/j/7891236789

Visit and join our fun and positive music community. Garrett will share what he has learned and play some songs his guitar.

Share your passion in a supportive community. Knowledge Mavens is an ethos of sharing, creativity, and inspiration.

Our Meetup provides an opportunity to "Show and Tell" followed by a feedback and Q&A. You'll have the opportunity to share with our channels such as Meetup, GitHub, YouTube, and Facebook to connect with more passionate people.

The second half of our session we'll collaborate on new topics. The winner wins an award for the most interesting topic and the opportunity to share in an upcoming session.

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Tuesday
Jun 26
Do You Want to Collaborate with other Music Artists in our Community?
TVF&R Station 67

Join us online for desktop or mobile at https://zoom.us/j/7891236789

Visit and join our fun and positive music community. Garrett will share what he has learned and play some songs his guitar.

Share your passion in a supportive community. Knowledge Mavens is an ethos of sharing, creativity, and inspiration.

Our Meetup provides an opportunity to "Show and Tell" followed by a feedback and Q&A. You'll have the opportunity to share with our channels such as Meetup, GitHub, YouTube, and Facebook to connect with more passionate people.

The second half of our session we'll collaborate on new topics. The winner wins an award for the most interesting topic and the opportunity to share in an upcoming session.

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Saturday
Jul 14
Make a DJ Push Pad with Raspberry Pi
Free Geek

Space is limited! Please register only if you are committed to attending.

Become a DIY DJ with Raspberry Pi! Come tinker with us using the Raspberry Pi, a powerful open source micro-computer that is revolutionizing the DIY landscape. By writing code and building circuits, you will create and customize a simple DJ push pad (much like the controllers used to make electronic music).

All necessary equipment is provided for class, but if you'd like to take it home, you can purchase a kit at the Free Geek Store!

Recommended Prerequisites: Anatomy of a Computer (call 503-232-9350 to register)

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