Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup

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Date: Friday, December 16, 2011 - 10:51 am

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Hi,

on the server side I am currently using shoutcast on a debian wheezy box,
on the client side we are using Internet DJ Console (IDJC) as source for
shoutcast.
IDJC is jack compliant and it is very easy to setup but it does not run on
windows.

More complex setups can involve the using of Jamin through the IDJC dsp
in/out ports and/or VoIP features (skype, google-talk).
The former is quite straightforward if you are used to Qjackctl UI, the
latter requires some additional work and understanding how alsa loop
devices and jack pcm plugins work which is very well documented on
http://alsa.opensrc.org/Jack_and_Loopback_device_as_Alsa-to-Jack_bridge.

Of course you can use any other alsa app to redirect audio signals to IDJC.
eg. you can use ardour tracks to process DJ microphones input signals (add
compression, eq, reverbs) and the route tracks outs to IDJC mic inputs.

-r

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On 12/16/2011 10:27 AM, Ali Polatel wrote:

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> cost of difficulties in configuration or deployment.

on the server side I am currently using shoutcast on a debian wheez=
y box, on the client side we are using Internet DJ Console (IDJC) as source=
for shoutcast.
IDJC is jack compliant and it is very easy to setup but it does not run on=
windows.More complex setups can involve the using of Jamin through=
the IDJC dsp in/out ports and/or VoIP features (skype, google-talk).
The former is quite straightforward if you are used to Qjackctl UI, the lat=
ter requires some additional work and understanding how alsa loop devices a=
nd jack pcm plugins work which is very well documented on http://a=
lsa.opensrc.org/Jack_and_Loopback_device_as_Alsa-to-Jack_bridge
.
Of course you can use any other alsa app to redirect audio signals to I=
DJC. eg. you can use ardour tracks to process DJ microphones input signals =
(add compression, eq, reverbs) and the route tracks outs to IDJC mic inputs=
.
-r

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[LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, Ali Polatel, (Fri Dec 16, 9:27 am)
Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, Robin Gareus, (Fri Dec 16, 1:20 pm)
Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, drew Roberts, (Fri Dec 16, 12:16 pm)
Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, Ali Polatel, (Fri Dec 16, 1:39 pm)
Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, drew Roberts, (Fri Dec 16, 1:52 pm)
Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, Giso Grimm, (Fri Dec 16, 10:26 am)
Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, Ali Polatel, (Fri Dec 16, 1:57 pm)
Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, Raffaele Morelli, (Fri Dec 16, 10:51 am)
Re: [LAU] Help with amateur radio setup, Ali Polatel, (Fri Dec 16, 2:02 pm)