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Playing Together With Jamulus / Session 8th Dec 12.30pm
Last post by JohnD -
Come and join us playing together online, rather like an RML session.

All RML members welcome!

Just load up Jamulus and in the blank box nexct to "Connect" just type "RMLAcoustic.live" and you will be in!

To use Jamulus you need to have sound going into your computer via an ASIO interface like a Focusrite or Behringer.  This  is a requirement of Jamulus.
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Online Performing / Test out your Live Sound at the Sound Clinic!
Last post by JohnD -
Sound Clinic!

So here is an idea:

Anyone who wants to test their sound, or maybe try a couple of things to improve their sound, can go online and I will be there, with anyone else who turns up, to give feedback and try and help.

The link to the Streamyard room is posted below and the first 2 sessions will be (UK time!):
Week 1: 11am Monday 7th Dec
Week 2: 7pm Monday 14th Dec
After that we will take stock and see if its worth continuing.

I will record your audio and post it to a Dropbox folder for you to listen to during the session.

I have done a couple of sessions like this and they can be very useful.

Streamyard is quite good for this because it doubles as a video chat call (we can all chat together like Zoom) and a streaming platform.

When we are chatting in the room, please either wear headphones, or turn echo cancellation ON in Streamyard.

There will be no broadcast destinations set up - this will not be going live, or being recorded (except just the audio when we are doing a test).  You do not need an account with Streamyard (or Facebook for that matter).

The link to the room is at:
https://streamyard.com/ixvyekjk4p

The MP3 audio files will be downloadable during the session and deleted at the end of the session.  You don't need to book or anything, just turn up and we will see how it goes.

This facility is being shared with the FB Open Mic community on Facebook.
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Playing Together With Jamulus / Step By Step Connecting To Jamulus
Last post by JohnD -
  • Download and install Jamulus.      DOWNLOAD LINK
  • When Jamulus is loaded up, click on "Connect"
  • In the "Connect" box, type "RMLAcoustic.Live"
  • Thats It!  Notice you can control your only "personal mix" - thats just for you.  And you have a reverb control.
  • Click on "Settings" toc check you are on 5.33ms and you can see the overall delay and ping time.




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Playing Together With Jamulus / Recordings
Last post by JohnD -
UPDATE:  ALL RECORDING IS CURRENTLY DISABLED TO TRY AND KEEP LATENCY TO A MINIMUM
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All Jamulus sessions are recorded by default currently.

Each individual performers audio is saved to a "wav" audio file on the server, together with an optional Reaper project file (.rpp).

At the end of each day (4am to be precise), all the audio files are deleted, so download after your session.

The location of the recordings for the main room is here:  JAMULUS RECORDINGS
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Playing Together With Jamulus / Setting Up a Behringer Interface
Last post by JohnD -
These are the interfaces you can get from Behringer:
UM 2 - 1 x instrument, 1 x  (mic or instrument).
UMC 22 - same as UM2, improved preamps
UMC 202HD - 2 x (mic or instruments)
UMC 404HD - 4 x (mic or instrument)
UMC 1820 - 8 x (mic or instrument)

Your PC needs the Behringer USB driver which you can google for, or download HERE.

So plug in the device and install the driver (or the other way around).

It is not required, but it is best if ALL your sound , input and output, goes through the Behringer.  Essentially, its a faster version of the soundcard that your PC has.  So obviously mics and instruments go into the Behringer, but any speakers or headphones should come out of the 1/4 inch headphone jack on the Behringer.  You may need a cheap jack to minijack adapter.

Then in your Windows Control Panel, under sound select Behringer 1-2 as both the input and output device.  As you do this, take note of those "Troubleshoot" buttons under Windows sound, they come in useful for giving Windows a kick.

Another thing that may make your life easier is to set the default Sample Rate for the Behringer to 48000Hz (Studio Quality), since that is what Jamulus will insist on.  You do this in Windows Control Panel, there is a link the "Sound Control Panel" on the right hand sidewhere you navigate to Playback device/Behringer, right click, go to Properties,  go to Advanced and select the Default Format to be 2 channel, 48000 Hz, 24 bit.  Do the same for the Recording Tab, right clicking Behringer 1-2 and going to Properties Advanced and make sure default format is 48000Hz.

At this point you are ready to go, either recording, or streaming to Jamulus.
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Playing Together With Jamulus / Installing Jamulus
Last post by JohnD -
Basically, search install Jamulus or click HERE.

If you get "MSVCP140.dll missing" or "VCRUNTIME140_1.dll missing" it means that the Microsoft Visual C++ library ,which Jamulus needs, is partially missing.

Try installing BOTH the 64 bit version (x64) AND the 32 bit version (x86) from the Microsoft website.

Either HERE or perhaps better is the updated version HERE..

OR THIS PAGE seems to have all the VC++ versions - go for 2015+ in x64 and x86 versions.