OHSU 8B-60 Lecture Bowl
University Hospital South, 8th floor, room 8B-60. It is inside the Hospital building, west of the Emergency Ambulance entrance.
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SaturdayJan 26 2013MIDI: Musical Instrument Digital Interface, background and technical overview from ground zero
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.
FridayDec 2 2011Brain Activity and Imaging: Applied Nuclear Medicine and MRI Technology Fundamentals
The Applied Research & Technology Series (ARTS) invites you to an ARTS event where we will explore modern technology and its effect on research and the human experience. Brain Activity and Imaging: Applied Nuclear Medicine and MRI Technology is the theme of this event. The presenters will share the fundamentals, technology, applications and research behind their topics. Free event, including pizza, but please register if you plan to attend.