Following the success of last years event, JUCE is announcing the Audio Developer Conference 2017 (13th – 15th of November), hosted at CodeNode in central London.
The Audio Developer conference will “continue to provide the leading coverage of audio development while setting the stage for the evolution of audio technology”.
For information and tickets for the event you can go to www.juce.com/adc-2017
JUCE (Jules’ Utility Class Extensions) – leader in multiplatform audio applications, is the perfect tool for building power and complex applications – with support for PC, Mac and Linux. JUCE also supports the development of plug-ins: VST, AU and AAX. Juce is a partially open source cross-platform C++ application framework, for the development of desktop and mobile applications.
It is widely used for Audio and plug-ins as stated on the company’s site.
Popular audio workstations like Logic, Live, Pro Tools or Cubase are hosts to hundreds of plug-ins, many of them are built with JUCE. Build VST, VST3, AU, RTAS and AAX format plugins with ease, and host VST and AU plugins inside your own applications. JUCE provides classes to manage audio I/O, audio processing, and media reading and writing.
Open source projects may use JUCE for free, while commercial releases require JUCE Pro or Juce Indie.
If you want to learn more about JUCE features, a free version (Personal) is available for download, together with tutorials, visiting their official site.