[NetBehaviour] Fwd:[LAA] FAVE 2006 registration now open!

james at jwm-art.net james at jwm-art.net
Sat Oct 21 18:16:03 CEST 2006

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Date: 10/21/2006
Subject: FW: [linux-audio-announce] FAVE 2006 registration now open!

>From: FAVE 2006 <fave at fave.org.uk>
>To: linux-audio-announce at music.columbia.edu
>CC: Saul Albert <saul at theps.net>, openlab at lists.pawfal.org,AGNULA user
>forum <users at lists.agnula.org>
>Subject: [linux-audio-announce] FAVE 2006 registration now open!
>Date: Fri, 20 Oct 2006 16:50:28 +0100
>Please forward this mail to all relevant lists, post where you like :-)
>FAVE 2006 registration is now open
>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
>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
>* Chun and Oli play with Desiredata
>It will start at 2pm and go on until late - keep checking the FAVE site as
>we confirm more artists and developers for the line-up. 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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