[LAU] Choirless - a new low-latency AI remote music collaboration platform
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Tue May 11 16:37:07 CEST 2021
I manage Jamulus servers and facilitate it as a platform at the
university I work at.
Jamulus can be pretty good for low latency operation, granted you have a
good audio interface. For us Linux users, we can crank Jack's
Frames/Period setting down low to get more decent latency.
Jamulus's latency also depends on the server, since all users connect to
a server and the server sends the other's audio streams to you. If the
server is close and has fast network speed, you can get lower latencies.
With Jamulus, you get each individuals' channels in your own personal
mixer, allowing each person to mix the way they want to hear the current
ensemble. The cool part of Jamulus is you can run your own server,
allowing for better privacy of your audio data. You can also record your
jams and it will produce a reaper project file that you can later open
I like to think of Jamulus as the instant messenger of audio. It's easy
to get into a room and start jamming, but you may have to play with the
settings and your hardware setups to achieve really great low latency
I hope this helps with any fuzzy parts of Jamulus,
On 5/11/21 10:11 AM, Bill Purvis wrote:
> On 11/05/2021 15:04, Robert Jonsson wrote:
>> Let me just chime in that there are others, including at least one
>> open source solution.
>> With my band we will try Jamulus as as soon as we find the time.
>> This far I have installed and played around with it. A bit rough
>> around the edges but looks like with some massaging it could do the
>> trick nicely.
> I took a look at it and I think its under false pretences - it would seem
> that each person operates in isolation, with a 'master track' to play
> along with,
> then the server adds the various tracks together to produce the final
> Low-latency doesn't really come into it unless my understanding is way
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