[chuck-users] ChucK => internet audio stream?
bb-543437 at telecolumbus.net
Sat Jan 7 08:10:12 EST 2017
For transfering digital audio you need some 100 Mbit/s Bandwidth.
In 2015 the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) defined "Basic
Broadband" as data transmission speeds of at least 25 Mbit/s downstream
(from the Internet to the user’s computer) and 3 Mbit/s upstream (from
the user’s computer to the Internet).
With WiFi you get about 3Mbit/s.
Eventually you might transfer Chuck code instead of digital audio?
Look for OSC, Open Sound Control.
On 07.01.2017 09:03, Stuart McDonald wrote:
> Hi, I'd like to send ChucK's audio output to an internet streaming
> application (like icecast). Ideally ChucK wouldn't write to the dac at
> all, but to an IP:port or socket or similar.
> The only info Google provides is a note in passing for the
> documentation for chuck --silent:
> "This is useful for synthesizing audio to disk or network"
> ...which makes it sound like this is possible, but provides no
> information on how to do it.
> Has anyone been down this path? Was it fun?
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