[Herts] Fw: [linux-audio-announce] FAVE 2006 final line-up announced!

Malcolm Smith malc at thesmith.org.uk
Sat Nov 18 10:27:21 GMT 2006

I'm really hoping I can go to this next Saturday, but may have to work
(if still employed ;-) until 2pm. The event will showcase the state of
the art in computer music using Free Software.

See you

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Delivery-date: Fri, 17 Nov 2006 20:35:20 +0000
From: Daniel James <daniel at 64studio.com>
To: linux-audio-announce at music.columbia.edu
Subject: [linux-audio-announce] FAVE 2006 final line-up announced!

FAVE 2006 final line-up announced!
London, 25th November 2pm til late

FAVE is an event for people who are interested in free and open source
creative software on Linux and other computer platforms. It features
workshops, talks and performances from free software developers and artists.

The 2006 event is taking place at Limehouse Town Hall in London, England
on Saturday the 25th of November. Highlights this year include:

* Andy Farnell presents a workshop on synthetic audio in Pure Data
* Steve Harris gives a talk on LV2, the new plugin standard
* Mutant electronic punk from Jamka, over from Slovakia
* Conor O?Tuama, recording acoustic music in Ireland
* Biomusic from Simon Egan, featuring plants and animal organs
* Live coding from Dave Griffiths and Alex
* A demo of the 64 Studio distro from Daniel James
* Olivier Laruelle and Chun Lee play with Desiredata
* Rob Munro remixes TV with Pd, Gem and OSC
* Karsten Gebbert and Evan Raskob

It will start at 2pm and go on until late. Please get in
touch if you would like to be involved - this is a volunteer-run event.

Registration in advance is required, and costs just £5 per person - same
as last year. This helps us cover the cost of putting on the event.
Please click on the button on the FAVE homepage to register, with
payment by PayPal or credit/debit card:


See you there!

The FAVE 2006 team
linux-audio-announce mailing list
linux-audio-announce at music.columbia.edu

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