ADC 2016 program announced

Join the largest annual gathering of audio developers! Initiated by the JUCE team, and hosted at Goldsmiths University, London, November 3-4, the Audio Developer Conference 2016 is the first event focused on pro audio software.
ADC 2016 features 4 tracks of talks, exhibition area, workshops, and networking spaces. Please visit the website for full details of the program:

ADC 2016 has evolved from the success of the JUCE Summit in 2015, which gathered over 100 developers from the pro audio industry and academia.

The keynote speakers are Roger Linn, the inventor of the Drum Machine, Julian Storer, the founder of JUCE, Dan Saks, leading expert on embedded C++, and Dr. Rebecca Fiebrink, developer of the Wekinator software.

There will also be a banquet dinner for the community to celebrate together, an Open Mike Night for informal demos and lightning talks, and some very special announcements.


Head up: The program website is looking very squashed and hard to read on mobile!

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Counting down the days till I sit back and hear some great talks, have an English banquet, and have a UK holiday.

…and did I forget to say freeze.( I am from sunny Australia)



Guys, I am going through the program, reading all about the speakers and the various talks. Lots of interesting topics. The problem that I am finding is that selecting the one I mostly want to attend will mean I am missing out on one or two talks happening at the same time that I would like to attend too.

I wanted to ask if these talks will be made available (at least for registered users / perhaps for all) in the future?

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All the talks will be recorded and released on Youtube fortunately !


Looking forward to it! Really enjoyed the Juce Summit last year.