Linux Audio Conference 2012 starts today

Linux Audio Conference 2012 starts today

Today is the first day of Linux Audio Conference 2012, hosted by the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University, USA.

The program seems to be quite interesting, covering Luppp (a new live performance app with UI that seems heavily Ableton-inspired), upcoming video tracks in Ardour, programming with FAUST etc.

On the last day there will also be a panel discussion devoted to open source hardware. The idea originates from a recent thread at the linux-audio-user@ mailing list where possibility to create an open Firewire audio interface was discussed.

If you can't attend the conference, you can plug to audio streaming and listen to the proceedings: from USA, from Europe. Video recordings and keynote files will be uploaded later.

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  1. “…covering Luppp (a new live performance app with UI that seems heavily Ableton-inspired), upcoming video tracks in Ardour,…”

    d°.⋅b

    Woaaa, that is some (awesome!) news…

  2. Thank you for writing about events like this. I wouldn’t have known this conference livestreamed today otherwise. :-)

  3. Alexandre Prokoudine 13 April 2012 at 1:02 am

    @Animtim Yes, Luppp looks like fun, and it seems to be very actively developed. Now I only need a newer version of libconfig to build it :)

  4. “...upcoming video tracks in Ardour…”
    Awesome!

  5. I really wish I could have gone.

    I guess I’ll just watch it online.