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BBQ Project Bar-B-Q
BBQ's 2013
ADVISORY BOARD
The Eighteenth Annual
Interactive Audio Conference
OFFICIAL REPORT

INFLUENCING AUDIO HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE
OVER THE NEXT 5 YEARS

October 7th-10th, 2013, some of the brightest minds in the interactive audio community traded the comforts and chaos of the corporate world to convene at a secluded country inn to discuss, argue, debate, brainstorm and possibly alter the course of history for audio on computing devices over the next five years.

The Eighteenth Annual Texas Interactive Audio Think Tank offers a unique and highly effective way to confront the toughest issues facing our industry today, and to positively influence their outcome. It is one of the most prestigious, influential and beneficial networking events of the year. This unusual conference gathers together the movers and shakers of the audio industry for several days of concentrated, uninterrupted discussions, debates, and roundtables, as well as inspirational and practical speaker sessions with industry leaders.

BBQ has given the competitive edge to its attendees, who have formed long-standing alliances and organizations.

This year's Project Bar-B-Q continued in the traditions of BBQ's past, with deep consideration of how we might positively affect how audio is produced, perceived and distributed.

Co-founder:
Linda Law

Co-founder:
Teresa Avallone

TECHNICAL
ADVISORS

David Battino,
Principal
Batmosphere Media

Tom White,
President
MIDI Manufacturers Assoc.

David Roach,
President
Optimal Sound

Karen Collins,
Professor
University of Waterloo

Aaron Higgins,
Team Leader Software Development
Native Instruments North America

Project Bar-B-Q
E-mail:

Web: www.projectbarbq.com
 
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1. Introduction
2. Workgroup Reports Overview
3. Ubiquitous Networked Audio
4. HD Audio Capture in Consumer Devices
5. Enabling More Profound Human Expression with Modern Musical Instruments
6. Using Sensor Data to Improve the User Experience of Audio Applications
7. When is Hardware Offloading Preferable, Now and in the Future?
8. Schedule & Sponsors