3rd International Linux Audio Conference
Thu, 21.04.2005 – Sun, 24.04.2005, Symposium
Now that the operating system Linux has been operating for years in the server field, and is increasingly finding application in the office field, also in the area of audio it continues to mature into a platform that must be taken seriously: it now offers the user a wealth of diverse applications. The sound architecture ALSA supports professional sound cards and is meanwhile considered standard equipment for every current Linux system. Ardour, one of the most ambitious software projects in the Linux audio field, is about to release its first official version.

For the third time now, the International Linux Audio Conference is being held at ZKM. It again offers developers and users of Linux and Open Source Audio Software a forum for the exchange of information, for discussing projects, and for presenting music. Well-known software developers from the entire world report on their projects in the course of the symposium.

The lecture program includes contributions to themes such as hard disc recording, MIDI sequencing, software synthesis, interface design, spatialization and Linux audio distribution and also addresses questions of the licensing of free software and free music. This year’s opening speaker is Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano of the renown CCRMA - »Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics« at Stanford University [USA]. Furthermore, Paul Davis [USA], the chief developer of Ardour, will attend and offer an introduction to the software.

In addition to the presentations, there will be two concerts and the »Linux Sound Night.« Presented here will be works that have been produced using Linux or Open Source Software:

Thu, April 21 and Sat, April 23, 2005

ZKM_Cube, 8 pm, Tickets € 5/3

Sat, April 23, 2005

Linux Sound Night
ZKM_Music balcony, starts at 9.30 pm, Tickets € 5/3
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