The Linux Audio Conference is an international conference about Open Source Software for music, sound and other media with Linux as the main platform.
LAC 2011 is over...
... but we are not done yet!
Videos and Images are dropping in and it takes a bit to sort it all out. Conference material and the proceedings will be published in the following weeks. Stay tuned.
- To bring developers, musicians, composers and other users together
- To discuss the Linux Audio core system
- To discuss Linux Audio applications
- To discuss Open Source music and sound applications
- To inform about Open Source Software for Music
- To inform about Open Content licences
- To collaborate and exchange information
- To improve the software
- To understand the needs of the users
- To enjoy music and art performances at the conference
The Linux Audio Conference audience consists of software designers, programmers, musicians, composers, engineers and others with a serious interest in Open Source Software for Music and Sound.
What to expect
- Poster sessions
- Live coding sessions
- Keynote by Fons Adriaensen
- Invited session: Yann Orlarey (FAUST), Iohannes M. Zmoelnig (Pd), Vesa Norilo (PWGL), John Ffitch (Csound), Tim Blechmann (SuperNova)
Where & When
Check out the list of participants to see who else is coming.
The LAC is a GNU/Linux free/libre software community organised event by the Linux-Audio-Users and -Developers. LAC2011 is under the auspices of NUIM, organised by Victor Lazzarini with assistance of John Lato, Frank Neumann and Robin Gareus.
Review committee: (in alphabetical order)
Fons Adriaensen, Kokkinizita.net, Italy
Frank Barknecht, Footils.org, Germany
Ivica Bukvic, Virginia Tech, USA
Götz Dipper, ZKM|Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie, Germany
Robin Gareus, linuxaudio.org, France
Jari Kleimola, Aalto University, Finland
John Lato, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland
Victor Lazzarini, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland
Jörn Nettingsmeier, StackingDwarves.net, Germany
Frank Neumann, Harman International, Germany
Marcelo Queiroz, University of São Paulo, Brazil
Martin Rumori, Institute of Electronic Music and Acoustics, Graz, Austria
Sampo Savolainen, Finland
Links to prior Linux Audio Conferences
- Proceedings & Recordings 2010
- Proceedings & Recordings 2009
- Proceedings 2008
- Proceedings 2007
- Proceedings 2006
- Proceedings 2005
- Proceedings 2004