[icecast] Dummy soundcard driver for Windows (OT)

Stefan Neufeind stefan at neufeind.net
Tue Jun 10 17:04:47 UTC 2003

But if you do it that way latency is a real prob, right? So how about 
sending a stream first to DJ who can decide what to do and e.g. 20 
seconds later to the listeners?

On 10 Jun 2003 at 10:08, Scott Manley wrote:

> Yes there is - both LiveIce and mpegmixer used a terminal as an 
> interface - telnet/ssh into the box and control it all. Of course back
> when mpegmixer was released (1996) there was no streaming solutions
> available so you could only remotely control stuff within earshot ;-)
> > But there is no real "remote DJ"-software yet, is there? I mean, not
> > just "autofades", which somehow sound a little bit crazy - but
> > really offering them an interface so they can adjust the
> > crossfading, mix this together with sounders etc. I've seen this
> > technique once here at a local radio station and was quite
> > impressed. But for this to work the server would need to send
> > low-quality-audio to the DJ who could then make the crossfades etc,
> > transmit this data back  to the server and the server then executes
> > the crossfades etc. on the real sondfiles on the server. Hmm -
> > sounds interesting :-)) But is there already a software-solution for
> > this?
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