Linux Audio Conference 2012
Network distribution in music applications with Medusa
Flávio Schiavoni, Marcelo Queiroz

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This paper introduces an extension of Medusa, a distributed music environment, that allows an easy use of network music communication in common music applications. Medusa was firstly developed as a Jack application and now it is being ported to other audio APIs as a try of make network music more accessible. The APIs chosen were LADSPA, LV2 and Pure Data external. This new project approach required a complete review of the tool's architecture. As result of this development, possibilities of using network music as a plugin in well known environments will be presented and commented.

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