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i have packaged JackTrip , which is a high-performance, low-latency
audio streaming solution for interactive performance over the internet.
from my ITP (#604758):
JackTrip is a Linux and Mac OS X-based system used for multi-machine
network performance over the Internet. It supports any number of
channels (as many as the computer/network can handle) of bidirectional,
high quality, uncompressed audio signal steaming.
You can use it between any combination of Linux and Mac OS X (i.e., one
end using Linux can connect to the other using Mac OS X).
It is currently being developed and actively tested at CCRMA by the
we are currently using this software for network concerts, so it is
actively tested :-)
git repository is here:
the package uses CDBS (that was really easy!), and appears to be lintian
if somebody could have a look, i would be happy to apply suggestions.
PS: if you happen to be in paris, there is a concert at IRCAM this
evening, where we use a 14- channel connection between Graz/Austria and
Paris/France, with a latency of about 25ms...concert starts at 8pm.
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