Call for papers, music, installations and workshops
- Deadline for paper-submissions: January 22nd, 2012
- Deadline for Music/sound-installation submissions: January 22nd, 2012
- Notification of acceptance: February 6th, 2012
Call for Papers
Papers must be written and presented in English, 4—8 pages, with abstract (50—100 words, max. 500 words) and up to 5 keywords. In general a presentation should take 25—30 minutes followed by 5 minutes discussion.
The copyright of the paper remains with the author, but we reserve the right to create printed proceedings from all submitted (and accepted) papers.
Below is a list of possible subjects for papers and presentations. This list is meant as a starting point, not to restrict you.
- Spatial Audio
- Live performance
- Audio Hardware Support
- Signal Processing
- Music Composition
- Audio Languages
- Sound Synthesis
- Audio Plugins
- Music Production
- Linux Kernel
- Physical Computing
- Interface Design
- Linux Distributions
- Networked Audio
- Media Art
- Android audio
We very much welcome practical papers or software demos that outline artistic creative processes or workflows based on Linux audio applications or systems ("how I use Linux Audio applications to create my music/media art").
Not all papers need to directly address Linux Audio. There is no limitation for subjects from related fields like open source music applications, free/libre software for music or audio/visual research and open-content.
NB. Papers should be as complete as possible on submission. Until submission closes it is possible to replace/update files in the openconf system. Submissions will be peer-reviewed and after the notification of acceptance there is a small time-window for updates and last-minute changes.
Call for Music, Installations and Workshops
Music, Installations and Workshops can be submitted for review via the online music/installations/workshops submission system. Please download the complete Call for Music, Installations and Workshops document with all the details before trying to submit. In short, we are looking for music and sound art that has been produced or composed entirely or mostly using GNU/Linux or other Open Source music software for:
- The Electronic Music Concerts (fixed media or live performance works)
- The Listening Room Lounge (fixed media only)
- The Linux Sound Night
- Audio/visual installations