The 2-day conference will cover all aspects of C++ audio, from developing plug-ins to real-time embedded DSP and mobile audio.
As well as workshops and talks by Julian Storer and members of the JUCE team, guest speakers will include David Zicarelli, CEO of Cycling'74, Pete Goodliffe of AKAI, lead developers from Google's Android audio team, JetBrains, and other major audio companies.
Submissions for talks are still open - proposals should be submitted by the 9th of October, and a proposal template can be found on the JUCE website. The selected speakers will have their registration fees waived.
Full registration costs GBP £345, and includes lunch for both days. Early bird registration is available for GBP £245 and ends on 23rd October. A 20% discount is available to students.