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Linux Audio Conference 2015
The Open Source Music and Sound Conference
April 9-12 @ Johannes Gutenberg University (JGU) Mainz, Germany
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Conference Schedule

During the conference, live A/V streams are available for the main track: High Quality and Low Bandwidth.

Remote participants are invited to join #lac2015 on, to be able to take part in the discussions, ask questions, and get technical assistance in case of stream problems.

Conference Material can be found on the Download Page.

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All times are CEST = UTC+2

Day 3 - Saturday, April/11 
10:00 Ten years of Qstuff*: Is it good enough already? - Workshop
Slides  Video  
(120 min)  Rui Nuno Capela » Location: Workshop I (P2)
This workshop serves as a reinstatement or continuation of the previous sessions presented on LAC2013@IEM-Graz and LAC2014@ZKM-Karlsruhe, as an informal hands-on conversation, open discussion and impromptu demonstration of any relevant aspects and not so obvious ones of the Qtuff* software suite. Main subject though shall be Qtractor audio/MIDI multi-track sequencer project, while celebrating its tenth anniversary ephemeris. Both developers and users in general are invited and welcome to attend, discuss and exchange their thoughts about the specifics and the future of Qtractor and other Qtuff* as well, on how and what can be tackled, tamed and improved to push each one's objectives a little bit closer.

The schedule is a major guideline. There is no guarantee events will take place at the announced timeslot.
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