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  • '''123rd AES Convention''' http://www.aes.org/events/123/ AES http://www.aes.org/events/
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  • [[Category:Current Events]]
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  • ...n-game parameters to include missle objects and other actionable items and events in the game world. Using OSC, we can implement audio engines built in any o ...uding of course standard and required C and C++ development libraries. As current development is done in KDE (Fedora Core 8/PlanetCCRMA) using KDevelop, the
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  • == current concerns == * Beijing venue - where to do this? Some current candidates include:
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  • [[Category: Current Events]]
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  • ** Current commercial applications ...adequate training data, the classifications for the training data's labels events are not completely clear, or you just want to quickly sort real-world, unse
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  • .... A "jam cell" in which remote musicians hear each other exists as part of current practice. An example application is the grouping of seven peers in a many-t ...r, dictating for example maximum tempo (understood as the speed of musical events), pattern variability and sound types.
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  • ...adventures of the Stanford Laptop Orchestra from its instantiation to its current form. We describe the process by which over 30 faculty, students, and staf ...ectiles, which bounce or home-in on individual performers-- creating sound events with every bounce/collision. This piece is both visually and sonically stim
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  • ...each box corresponding to an relative interval. The blue LEDs indicate the current location of the beat in each of the rows. Depending on the keys one has pre ...1] then press shift+apple+up once [to get a tempo of 7]). Note that in the current implementation, one should only have integer tempos (although this restrict
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  • Very broadly, a PID setup allows computers to react progammatically to events in the physical world. Actions, events and states are detected by sensor circuits, which convey signals to an embe
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  • Very broadly, a PID setup allows computers to react progammatically to events in the physical world. Actions, events and states are detected by sensor circuits, which convey signals to an embe
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  • ...puters to react progammatically to events in the physical world. Actions, events and states are detected by sensor circuits, which convey signals to an embe We will be powering the Nano and the breadboard with current from the USB port, which is good for up to 500mA of 5 V±5%-- probably enou
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  • ...010-2011 there will be a 1U required course meant to take the place of the current Colloquium for bringing in new members of the community. ==(45) Events ==
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  • ==10/25 Events and Concerts, Stage Use, Jonathan Abel, Bruno Ruviaro == Technical Topic: We will go over how to book events and concerts at CCRMA including scheduling, publicity, and gear check-out.
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  • * OSC Interp Actor and Trigger classes to send OSC on move and trigger events * Player Pawn outputs location, landed, crouch events over OSC
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  • ...pening at CCRMA (Stanford University), but it would be great to have other events in San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose... current edition: http://www.lulu.com/us/en/shop/david-michael-cottle/computer-music
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  • ...The Rockefeller Foundation, WDR, the Bourges Festival and the Mellon Fund. Current commissions include works for Ensmble Meitar, Trio Voce, violist Gilad Karm Post events/talks at CCRMA - Create Content > Event
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  • == 9/26 Chris Chafe, Academic Guidelines, Basic Guidelines, Events and Concerts == Major CCRMA Events During This Year:
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