[icecast] strange noise from icecast

Mitja Pirih Mitja.Pirih at radiocapris.com
Fri Mar 7 22:56:10 PST 2003



It looks OK for now.

Thanks,
Mitja

-----Original Message-----
From: Remco B. Brink [mailto:remco at rc6.org]
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2003 12:14 PM
To: icecast at xiph.org
Subject: Re: [icecast] strange noise from icecast

<p><quote who="Mitja Pirih">

> Hello,
> 
> I'm using icecast for at least 3 months now and I am experiencing a
> strange noise and also some echo effect (from time to time) and I
> can't identify the source of this noise. 

[snip]

> I am using Winamp 2.81 for input, MuchFX2 and 4 oddcastDSP plugins to
> stream (lame encoder) on Windows 2000. The streaming server is an
> icecast 1.3.12 on OpenBSD 3.2.

Are you streaming files or line-in?

Yesterday I experienced something that sounds quite a lot like what you
are experiencing now. 

I was streaming from line-in and noticed I had forgotten to mute
the line-in playback. The line-in playback got outputted to the mixer
again, which in turn went straight back into line-in causing a
nifty loop with a nasty "tin can"-effect and echo.

Make sure you've muted everything you don't need on your
streamsource machine and use the latest stable versions of Lame and
oddacstDSP.

HTH.

-rbb


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