Linux Audio Conference 2012
The Open Source Music and Sound Conference
April 12-15 @ CCRMA, Stanford University, CA, USA

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Fernando Lopez-Lezcano

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano





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  • Conference Welcome
    » (misc event) » day:1 » 10am
    » Location: Campbell Recital Hall
  • From Jack to UDP packets to sound, and back
    » Paper Presentation » day:3 » 2pm
    » Location: CEMEX
  • Closing Ceremony
    » (misc event) » day:4 » 3:30
    » Location: CCRMA Stage

Fernando Lopez-Lezcano is a composer, performer, lecturer and computer systems administrator at CCRMA, Stanford University. He has been teaching and taking care of computing resources there since 1993, and created and maintains since 2001 the Planet CCRMA collection of open source sound and music packages for Linux. He has been involved in the field of electronic music since 1976 as a composer, instrument builder and performer, blurring the lines of his dual background in music (piano and composition) and electronic engineering. His music has been released on CD and played in the Americas, Europe and East Asia. He taught at Keio University in Japan in 1992 and recently was the "Edgar Varese Guest Professor" at TU Berlin during the Summer 2008 semester.

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