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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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Rui Nuno Capela

Rui Nuno Capela




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    » Workshop - day:3 - 10:00
    » Location: Workshop I (P2)

Academic bio:

BSc. Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering, Instituto Militar dos Pupilos do Exército (IMPE), Lisbon, 1986. MSc. and post-MSc. in Electrotechnical Engineering (EE), Computer Systems branch, Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), University of Lisbon, 1990 and 1993, respectively.

Professional bio:

Systems and applications programmer, analyst, technical consultant and specialist in IT systems since 1986. Officially certified as a Database Admistrator (DBA) in IBM DB2 OS/390 (z/OS, mainframe) since 1995 and lately, IBM DB2 UDB for Linux, Unix and Windows (LUW) since 2001, this being the main current position.

Linux Audio bio:

Moderately active and enthusiastic participant in the open source and free software community, with special and particular interest in developing audio and MIDI on the GNU/Linux platform, as primary author of qjackctl [1], qsynth [2], qsampler/liblscp [3], qtractor [4], qxgedit [5], qmidictl [6], qmidinet [7], synthv1 [8], samplv1 [9] and drumkv1 [10], with former active cooperation in projects like the JACK Audio Connection Kit [11], LinuxSampler [12] and punctuated on the initiatives of the Real-time Linux kernel [13] and Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA) [14].

[14] Johannes Gutenberg University Institut für Kunstgeschichte und Musikwissenschaft Hochschule für Musik
Journalistisches Seminar Grame - Centre national de création musicale HKU University of the Arts Utrecht Bitwig - next generation music software for Linux, Mac, Windows
HörTech gGmbH Oldenburg MOD - Step onto the future
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