Streaming Audio over Ethernet//Internet


    Dec 27 2006 | 1:04 pm
    Hi,
    How can I send Audio in realtime from one computer to another in MaxMSP? With jit.net.send I couldn't manage.
    How can I send Audio over Internet from one Computer to another?
    Kind regards
    and Happy new year

    • Dec 27 2006 | 3:55 pm
      Take a look at this article:
      in the part which is headlined "Jitter". You need to use jit.catch and jit.release objects, as explained there.
    • Dec 27 2006 | 4:54 pm
      With jit.catch - and jit.release through a Ethernet Cable between 1 computers directly linked the outcoming sound is in all modes like passing the sound through a ringmodulator with modulating time 1ms. Are there other solutions with realtime compressed audio?
      kind regards
      fha
    • Dec 28 2006 | 5:24 am
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      You might check out nSLAM from SAT which does multi-channel ogg
      streaming using icecast.
      FHAStudent1 wrote:
      > With jit.catch - and jit.release through a Ethernet Cable between 1 computers directly linked the outcoming sound is in all modes like passing the sound through a ringmodulator with modulating time 1ms. Are there other solutions with realtime compressed audio?
      > kind regards
      > fha
      >
      - --
      Matthew Shanley
      little secrets records and stuff
      http://littlesecretsrecords.com/
      E-mail: matthewshanley@littlesecretsrecords.com
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    • Dec 28 2006 | 9:36 am
      Or you may use Olaf's oggcast / oggamp, or simply netsend~/netreceive~...
      f.e
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      Matthew Shanley wrote:
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      > You might check out nSLAM from SAT which does multi-channel ogg
      > streaming using icecast.
      >
      > http://www.tot.sat.qc.ca/eng/nslam.html
      >
      >
      >
      > FHAStudent1 wrote:
      >
      >> With jit.catch - and jit.release through a Ethernet Cable between 1 computers directly linked the outcoming sound is in all modes like passing the sound through a ringmodulator with modulating time 1ms. Are there other solutions with realtime compressed audio?
      >> kind regards
      >> fha
      >>
      >>
      >
      > - --
      > Matthew Shanley
      > little secrets records and stuff
      > http://littlesecretsrecords.com/
      > E-mail: matthewshanley@littlesecretsrecords.com
      >
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    • Dec 28 2006 | 9:55 am
      f.e wrote:
      > Or you may use Olaf's oggcast / oggamp, or simply netsend~/netreceive~...
      Which reminds me that I forgot to upload netsend~/netreceive~ after
      changing the web provider.... Just uploading them, so they will be back
      However, I'd advise strongly against using them in their current state,
      too many bugs and the wrong concept behind them. A new version will
      probably be ready on a few month (> 3, I think). I won't support the
      current stuff, so no universal binary and no bug-fixes.
      Olaf