Getting live audio over internet

Sep 22, 2008 at 12:58pm

Getting live audio over internet

I’d like to be able to record audio from a microphone over the internet,

i.e. A user visits a website, they record something using their microphone, I can then process it using Max on a server. This does not need to be real time.

Of course, there are going to be some quality issues and maybe it would be easier to allow the user to just upload a file. I only really need the web interface for simplicity. Perhaps this is possible in Flash or something similar?

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Sep 25, 2008 at 8:13am

fairesigneaumachiniste schrieb:
> i.e. A user visits a website, they record something using their
> microphone, I can then process it using Max on a server. This does
> not need to be real time.

If its not realtime, simply ftp the sound files… ;-)
For realtime I used successfully Ninjam, which also exists as
vst-plugin. But beware, its demanding, because it has to compress and
decode the signals in real time. I was running ninjam on a seperate
computer…

Stefan


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