[LAU] online calls with decent auido for music lessons
sub26nico at zaclys.net
Mon Mar 15 16:56:59 CET 2021
Hi, if you don't have to play simultaneously with students, Zoom or
Jitsi (FLOSS) can do it. I use jitsi for online course and it works
nicely, but with some latency, so no way to play with students. If you
have to play with them, Jamulus can do it with good settings (no wifi,
you must have 2 computers, one for jamulus 'server' - no need a real
server, just the jamulus server app- and another for jamulus app). But
students needs a computer and sound card, etc... Zoom (which have a
Linux app) or Jitsi can be used on phone/tablet or computer, so more
flexible but doesn't allow to play simultaneously without problematic
Le 15/03/2021 à 16:37, Lorenzo Sutton a écrit :
> Hi LAU,
> As we're entering a 'tighter' lock-down in my area this week I will
> need to attend online music lessons (bass). The suggested tool is zoom
> with 'original sound' option selected, but it seems this is not
> available on Linux (nor in a web (chrome?) client) .
> In the past setting the 'noise reduction' (or maybe it's echo
> cancellation) to low seemed to work OK, but I'm wondering if anyone
> knows of any work-arounds.
> Or any other platform (Discord seems to use Opus which sounds promising).
> The one used for the last LAC seemed also quite nice, but I guess
> that's not free (as in 'gratis')? As zoom is the tool selected by the
> music school it should also be something relatively hassle-free for
> the teacher and cross-platform (i.e. assume they will not be on Linux,
> so no funky stuff like having to install a Mumble server etc. :-| ...
> Although the offers on mumble.com seem quite reasonable, but has
> anyone used it for music?)
> I _am_ already able to set-up e.g. my Zoom H5 (the device not the
> software) or usb audio interface via JACK to have a decent mic/input
> at the source and then pulseaudio-jack sink for audio I/O with these
> apps (I actually helped my son do remote drum lessons which included
> piping smplayer via jack to him locally and his teacher as well as the
> e-drum line out with JACK).
> But of course there's no much point in having decent quality at the
> source if the software is doing funky stuff like noise reduction and
> echo cancellation at the source :-|
> Any suggestion welcome.
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