[Hpr] Hpr Digest, Vol 51, Issue 3

Dude-man from Dudmanovi.cz hpr at dudmanovi.cz
Tue Dec 4 08:34:34 PST 2012


You can do it with pulse also, a few lines to your pulseaudio setup to 
add monitoring for each audio device, then just set the input of jack to 
be the monitoring. Anything you make play on that audio channel being 
monitered will be fed through to the mumble. Its mentioned in the 
pulseaudio arch wiki pages, couldn't believe how easy it was to add 
those 1 or two lines.

On 12/04/12 14:42, Daniel Worth wrote:
> It's a NOT requirement for everyone involved to have this kind of 
> setup. I'm very certain I was the first person to use mumble with Jack 
> and I've done so on relatively low spec machines. It does add a level 
> of complexity that most would not be prepared for. In fact I used a 
> similar setup last year and will use the exact same setup this year. 
> If you are intimidated ignore it. If audio routing is required I will 
> be available to play it on my rig.
>
> Dan AKA PipeManMusic
>
>
> On Tue, Dec 4, 2012 at 6:36 AM, Patrick Dailey <pdailey03 at gmail.com 
> <mailto:pdailey03 at gmail.com>> wrote:
>
>     I don't think I own a computer that can open all of those things
>     at once, let alone make them work together. I'm out. Thanks for
>     the tutorial Dude-Man.
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>            1. HPR NYE bumper recorded (Rebecca Newborough)
>            2. Jack/Pulse audio studio demo, what I use
>               (Dude-man from Dudmanovi.cz)
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>         ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>         From: Rebecca Newborough <bobobex at bobobex.org
>         <mailto:bobobex at bobobex.org>>
>         To: Hpr at hackerpublicradio.org <mailto:Hpr at hackerpublicradio.org>
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>         Date: Sun, 2 Dec 2012 22:14:55 +0000
>         Subject: [Hpr] HPR NYE bumper recorded
>         Hi everyone
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>         I've recorded an HPR NYE bumper and popped it into the party
>         folder on the ftp server. Not quite a porno but friendly and
>         uplifting :D
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>         Becky Newborough
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>         From: "Dude-man from Dudmanovi.cz" <hpr at dudmanovi.cz
>         <mailto:hpr at dudmanovi.cz>>
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>         Cc:
>         Date: Mon, 03 Dec 2012 15:16:01 +0100
>         Subject: [Hpr] Jack/Pulse audio studio demo, what I use
>         Heres a video I just made of how I have it set up right now,
>         if its of any interest to anyone.
>
>         http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DyZNi7bf8Uw
>
>         Of course using Ardour, Jack, Pulse, Mumble, Audacity,
>         alsaPlayer... all at once.
>
>         Dude-man
>
>
>         On 12/02/12 08:06, Dude-man from Dudmanovi.cz wrote:
>
>             >From saturday nights round up show, heres a good tutorial
>             if anyone wanted to go the jack way for mixing in sounds.
>             You don't need to use the same audio apps mentioned in
>             this tutorial, I personally use just mumble and alsaplayer
>             which understands (alsa/pulse/jack) but incase anyone
>             wants to get into it I found it a good place to start.
>
>             But hey perhaps simply plugging your mp3 player or another
>             computer into mic port is really enough and quite reliable.
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>             http://www.penguinproducer.com/Blog/2012/01/streaming-podcast-with-skype-workflow/
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