[linux-audio-dev] Reminder::Linux Audio Conference #5 (LAC2007): Call for Papers - Music
simon at schampijer.de
Wed Dec 6 13:53:44 UTC 2006
this is the second call for papers for the 5th Linux Audio Developers
Conference (LAC2007). This is a reminder since some people might not
have received the last call or might just have forgotten about the
deadlines by now (08 Jan 2007 : Deadline for submission of papers,
worshops, tutorials, demos, hands on demos and music).
The conference is organized by the TU-Berlin in cooperation with people
of the Linux Audio Developers mailing list, the music festival
Inventionen 2007 and the Humboldt University of Berlin.
The LAC2007 is taking place at the TU-Berlin, Germany from the 22nd -
25th of March 2007.
We have introduced some new tracks. Besides the category for papers,
demos and workshops, calls for tutorials and hands on demos have been
added. The tutorials aim is to give new (potential) users an overview of
the possibilities of Linux Audio Software and how to get started.
The LAC2007 provides a computer pool (LA Pool) where developers can give
an introduction to their software and where participants can try out
Linux Audio Software during the conference. This has been combined in
the call hands on demos.
Since the TU-Berlin is installing a new Wave Field Synthesis (WFS)
system the call for music has been extended by a call for compositions
for this system. Music that can be used for radio airplay can be
submitted, and will after acceptance by the Campusradio of the TU
Berlin, be played during the conference.
More detailed Information can be found in the 'Call for Papers' attached
to this email or on the website at:
We are looking forward to many interesting submissions for the Linux
Audio Conference 2007 and hope to see you in Berlin in 2007!
Please feel free to forward this email to anybody who is interested.
On behalf of the LAC2007 organisation team,
Marije Baalman and Simon Schampijer
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