I am trying to send a simple cycle~ tone from one machine to another using jit.catch~ and jit.release~
it works on one single computer for example
computer 1 :
(cycle~ 500)---(jit.catch~)---(jit.release~)--(meter~) = o.k!!
also if I insert udp like this on computer 1:
(cycle~ 500)---(jit.catch~)-(udpsend 127.0.0.1 99)-(udpreceive 99)-(jit release~)--(meter~) = all works o.k !!
I can run the same test on computer 2. Also the LAN is fine, i can send bangs using udp, so that all works also.
So everything seems ready for a test between the two machines to send the tone.
so now i try by placing this on:
(cycle~ 500)---(jit.catch~)-(udpsend 10.10.10.1 99)
(udpreceive 99)--(jit.release~)--(meter~) = fail !!
I can see the info arrive on computer 2 at (udpreceive 99) but the (jit.release~) will not convert this data back into audio. A print out of the info received at udpreceive 99 on computer 2 shows that the data is correct. just the same as a print out on a single machine.
Anyone have any ideas why this might be?
I am flummoxed :/