[linux-audio-user] networking jack

conrad berhörster conrad.berhoerster at gmx.de
Wed Nov 30 18:38:15 EST 2005

Hallo Torben, 

nice to hear/ read from you. (Ist das Haus winterfest oder frierst du B)) 

Can you explain more detailed the status of the project. Is it working or not. 
Am i right , that the main idea is the tranfer audio data over the net. 
transparent for the soundcard - all sound are played an the computer in the 
network? that means, that i must decide, which soundcard i want to use in the 
i think, for the application i wish to use, i need a server and a client side, 
were the server just syncs a time code and send it to the clients. 
If  I remember well, there was once a jack client with udp and/or osc (open 
sound control)  heard of that. 


Am Dienstag 22 November 2005 23:47 schrieb torbenh at gmx.de:
> On Sun, Nov 20, 2005 at 01:23:19PM +0100, conrad berh?rster wrote:
> > Hello all,
> >
> > did anyone know, if there is a possibility to run jack in the network. I
> > don't mean as a streaming client, but as sync server. the scenario should
> > be, standing in a group with 2 or 3 computers making music together in a
> > sync, like MIDI sequencers can do.
> working on it...
> current state is in the cvs of
> of www.sf.net/projects/netjack

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