San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
After the success of ADC'16, which gathered over 230 audio developers from the pro audio industry and academia, ROLI invites you once again to London to attend the Audio Developer Conference'17, to take place at Code Node, 13-15 November 2017.
Our confirmed keynote speakers are Julian Storer, the founder of JUCE, Prof Elaine Chew of the Center for Digital Music, Queen Mary University of London and Phoenix Perry, artist and programmer. One more keynote speaker will be confirmed shortly.
A community event for audio coders
ADC is the largest annual gathering of audio developers, and a unique opportunity to learn, exchange and network with the best audio developers in the world.
The Audio Developer Conference will have a conversational, workshop atmosphere. It will feature talks from selected participants – anyone is invited to submit a proposal –, as well as posters, demonstrations, and evening events.
Intermediate and advanced classes
For the first time, we will also offer tutorial and workshops. Tickets for tutorials and workshops will need to be booked separately from the main conference tickets.
Monday 13 November, 9:30am-12:30pm
Workshop 1: Build cross-platform apps with JUCE (intermediate)
Workshop 2: DSP programming (intermediate)
Monday 13 November, 2pm-5pm
Workshop 3: User interface programming (intermediate)
Workshop 4: Develop large-scale projects with JUCE (advanced)
JUCE is a C++ framework whose cross-platform compatibility puts it at the forefront of audio software development - and more broadly, of real-time and embedded programming.
What are the ticket prices of ADC?
Until 31st July, conference tickets can be purchased for £399 or £199 for Education + Eventbrite fees.
After 31st July, the price will be £499 / £249 + Eventbrite fees.
When will the full program be available?
The full program will be available in September 2017
Can I present my work at ADC?
Yes, everyone is invited to submit a short proposal. Click here to apply.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, just let us know who the ticket should be transferred to.