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2nd International Linux Audio Conference
29 April - 2 May 2004

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Programme:

Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Session I - Linux Audio Development
Session II - Synthesis and Composition, Part I
Session III - Instruments
Session IV - Synthesis and Composition, Part II
Session V - Spatial techniques
Session VI - Audio Signal Processing
Session VII - Music recording and production
Session VIII - Graphical Audio Interfaces
Session IX - Linux Audio - Present and Future

Workshops
Linux Audio Install Party

Concert I Concert II Concert III Concert IV

All details are subject to change.

Thursday April 29 2004

Keynote (ZKM Lecture Hall)

  • 11.00 Dave Phillips [Detroit, Michigan, USA]
    One Year After: Notable Linux Audio Development in 2003

Session I - Linux Audio Development (ZKM Lecture Hall)

  • 12.00 Jaroslav Kysela [SuSE Linux AG, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic]
    ALSA project - the past year
  • 13.00 Break
  • 14.00 Takashi Iwai [SuSE Linux AG, Nürnberg, Germany]
    ALSA Sucks? - Trouble Shooting for Your Healthy Music Life
  • 15.00 Paul Davis [Linux Audio Systems, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, USA]
    Adding VST support to Linux audio applications
  • 16.00 Bob Ham [Nottingham, UK]
    LASH
  • 17.00 Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano [CCRMA/Stanford University, California, USA]
    Translating Lots of Insipid Silly Parenthesis into noise: Sound Synthesis Techniques and Algorithmic Composition
  • 18.00 Thomas Grill [Vienna, Austria]
    Flext - A uniform programming interface for extending Max/MSP and PD
  • 19.00 Break

Concert I (ZKM Kubus)

20.00, Admission: 5/3 EUR
  • Michael Edwards "anonymous obvious" (tape)
  • Ludger Brümmer "Gesualdo" (tape)
  • Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano "iICEsCcRrEeAaMm" (tape)
  • Orm Finnendahl "grep", World Premiere
    (saxophone, percussion und live-electronics)
performers:
  • Sascha Armbruster, saxophone
  • Burkhard Beins, percussion
  • Orm Finnendahl, EDV/IT

Friday April 30 2004

  • 10.00 LAD-internal discussion: Extending LADSPA.
    (Location: Seminarraum)
  • 14.00 - 17.00 Linux Audio Install Party
    (Location: Foyer, close to the Media Theater)

Session II - Synthesis and Composition, Part I (ZKM Kubus)

  • 11.00 Orm Finnendahl [Folkwang-Hochschule Essen, Germany]
    Pd Demo with musicians
  • 12.00 Frank Barknecht [Cologne, Germany]
    Rapid and Reuseable Audio Development With Pd
  • 13.00 Break
  • 14.00 Ivica Ico Bukvic [Oberlin College and College-Conservatory of Music, Center for Computer Music, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA]
    Unlocking the Full Potential of RTMix real-time interactive multimedia Art Performance, Composition, and Coaching Interface
  • 15.00 cancelled!! (Julian Oliver [Selectparks and The Interactive Institute of Sweden]
    3D game engines for sound synthesis)

Session III - Instruments (ZKM Kubus)

  • 16.00 Matthias Nagorni [SuSE Linux AG, Nürnberg, Germany]
    AlsaModularSynth - An instrument for the electrified virtuoso
  • 17.00 Fons Adriaensen [Antwerp, Belgium]
    AEOLUS - a church organ in your PC
  • 18.00 Benno Senoner [Lionstracs, Merano, Italy]
    LinuxSampler
  • 19.00 Presentation of the Hartmann Neuron Synthesizer

Session IV - Synthesis and Composition, Part II (ZKM Lecture Hall)

  • 12.00 Martin Rumori [Technical University Berlin, Germany]
    Once again text & parentheses: sound synthesis with 'foo'
  • 13.00 Break
  • 14.00 Yann Orlarey [Grame, Lyon, France]
    The Faust audio programming language
  • 15.00 Han-Wen Nienhuys [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
    Music Notation with LilyPond
  • 16.00 Orm Finnendahl [Folkwang-Hochschule Essen, Germany]
    Linux as a Workstation for Composers

Session V - Spatial techniques (ZKM Lecture Hall)

  • 17.00 Christian Mühlethaler and Alexander Schuppisser [Bern, Switzerland]
    How to create a Client for SuperCollider3 to produce Sound in Realtime
  • 18.00 Marije Baalman [Technical University Berlin, Germany]
    Application of Wave Field Synthesis in electronic music and sound installations

Saturday May 1 2004

Workshops

  • 12.00 Orm Finnendahl [Folkwang-Hochschule Essen, Germany]
    PD Workshop, targeting advanced PD users.
    (Location: Seminarraum)
  • 15.00 cancelled!! (Julian Oliver [Selectparks and The Interactive Institute of Sweden]
    3D game engines for sound synthesis.
    No formal programming experience is required.
    (Location: Seminarraum))
  • 15.00 Marije Baalman [Technical University Berlin, Germany]
    Application of Wave Field Synthesis in electronic music and sound installations
    (Location: Kleines Studio)

Session VI - Audio Signal Processing (ZKM Lecture Hall)

  • 12.00-13.00, 14.00-15.00 Steve W. Harris [IAM - Intelligence, Agents and Multimedia Research Group. University of Southampton, Hampshire, UK] and
    Jörn Nettingsmeier [Folkwang-Hochschule Essen, Germany]
    Audio Engineering in a Nutshell
  • 15.00 Victor Lazzarini [Music Technology Laboratory, Dept. Of Music, National University of Ireland, Maynooth]
    Developing Spectral Signal Processing Applications
  • 16.00 François Déchelle, Patrice Tisserand and Simon Schampijer [IRCAM, Paris, France]
    Audio networking
  • 17.00 Break

Session VII - Music recording and production (ZKM Media Theater)

  • 11.00 Paul Davis [Linux Audio Systems, Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania, USA]
    Ardour
  • 12.00 Stefan Kersten [Technical University Berlin, Germany]
    SuperCollider3 on Linux - A Status Report
  • 13.00 Break
  • 14.00 Fons Adriaensen [Antwerp, Belgium]
    Using JAAA for audio measurements
  • 15.00 Julien Patrick Claassen [SBS C-LAB, Paderborn, Germany]
    Linux console - a textbased studio
  • 16.00 Steve W. Harris [IAM - Intelligence, Agents and Multimedia Research Group. University of Southampton, Hampshire, UK]
    JACK, JAMin, Mastering
  • 17.00 Break

Concert II (ZKM Kubus)

18.00, Admission: combined ticket for concert II and concert III: 5/3 EUR
  • Julien Patrick Claassen: "A tale of Machine and Men"
  • Matthias Nagorni: Piece and Demo of the synthesizer software "AMS"
  • Fons Adriaensen: Demo of the organ simulation software "Aeolus"
  • Thomas Grill "Odem II" (tape)

Concert III (ZKM Kubus)

20:00, Admission: combined ticket for concert II and concert III: 5/3 EUR
  • Ramón González-Arroyo "De l'Infinito Universo" (tape)
  • Matthew Burtner "Siknik Unipkaaq" (tape)
  • Torsten Anders "With Shifting Joints" (tape)
  • Ivica Ico Bukvic "SlipStreamScapes V" (2 pianos and live electronics)
  • Panayiotis Kokoras "Breakwater" (tape)
  • Ludger Brümmer "Le temps du miroir", World Premiere (piano and live electronics)
performers:
  • Maki Namekawa, Ivica Ico Bukvic, piano

Concert IV (ZKM Foyer)

Linux Sound Night - Elektronika
22.00, Admission: free
  • Works and Performances by:

    Malte Steiner (tape), Frank Barknecht (performing), Eugene Kim (tape), ap (Martin Howse, Jonathan Kemp, tape), Krzysztof Gawlas (performing), Greg Kellum (tape), Julian Oliver aka delire (tape), Diemo Schwarz (performing)
  • Support & After Show Party: DJ Lego

Sunday May 2 2004

Session VIII - Graphical Audio Interfaces (ZKM Kubus)

  • 11.00 David Topper [The Virginia Center for Computer Music (VCCM), University of Virginia, USA]
    GAIA - Graphical Audio Interface Application
  • 12.00 Matthew Burtner, David Topper [VCCM/University of Virginia, USA]
    Recombinant Spatialization for Ecoacoustic Immersive Environments
  • 13.00 Break

Session IX - Linux Audio - Present and Future (ZKM Lecture Hall/Kubus)

  • 11.00 Stephane Letz [Grame, Lyon, France]
    Jack port and integration on Mac OSX
    (Lecture Hall)
  • 12.00 Andrea Glorioso [Centro Tempo Reale, Florence, Italy]
    AGNULA: the past, the present, the future
    (Lecture Hall)
  • 13.00 Break
  • 14.00 Dave Phillips [Detroit, Michigan, USA]
    Still Nailing Jelly: An Update on Linux Audio Documentation Projects
    (Kubus)
  • 15.00 Ivica Ico Bukvic [Oberlin College and College-Conservatory of Music, Center for Computer Music, University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA]
    Hurdles and Benefits of Introducing Linux as a Viable Digital Audio Workstation in the Academic Environment
    (Kubus)
  • 16.00 Panel Discussion: Linux Audio, Present and Future
    (Kubus)

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