Linux Audio Conference 2012
From Jack to UDP packets to sound, and back
Fernando Lopez-Lezcano

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The Mamba Digital Snakes are commercial products created by Network Sound, that are used in pairs to replace costly analog cable snakes by a single ethernet cable. A pair of boxes can send and receive up to 64 channels at 48KHz sampling rate packed with 24 bit samples. This paper describes the evolution of jack-mamba, a small jack client that can send and receive UDP packets to/from the box through a network interface and basically transforms it into a high channel count soundcard.

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