On behalf of the conference organizers, we would like to invite you to
join the Linux Audio Conference 2012, kindly hosted by the Center for
Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA) at Stanford University.
The conference will start tomorrow, Thursday April 12, at 10:00 PST
(that's UTC - 0700). Please refer to the schedule at
for detailed information.
We will be streaming all paper presentations live in Ogg Theora/Ogg
Vorbis format. Users of the Firefox browser should be able to watch this
natively without any plugins. For users of other browsers, we recommend
VLC, a cross-platform media player which you can download from
You are invited to join us on IRC while you're watching the streams, the
conference channel is #lac2012 on freenode.net, to be accessed with the
chat client of your choice, or via
Remote participants can post their questions or remarks on this channel,
and a local chat operator here in Stanford will then relay them to the
presenters and the local audience. You can also use this channel to get
help in case of viewing problems.
All presentations will be recorded and uploaded for off-line watching
within a day or so.
Needless to say, access to all streams is free of charge. This is all
about open source after all :)
The primary stream relay is available at
http://ccrma.stanford.edu:8080 (located on the west coast of the US).
A secondary relay which is preferrable for European users is at
http://streamer.stackingdwarves.net (located in Germany).
the LAC stream team.
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