Jacktrip is an open source product from one of the heros and first people to do linux audio: Chris Chafe.
It is hosted from CCRMA at Stanford
You can download it for free for Linux Mac an Windows, but installation takes a while even if you’re experienced, and operation needs some command line handling.
Maximal 10 users because of normal bandwidth and CPU power, no video support.
There is a active google group for support and a slack for developers.
Intro Video at JazzNight in America with dan Tepfner, Michael Dessen
Intro slides from Chris Chafe
Paper from Michael Dessen: Notes on telematic music production
Recently started website and foundation: https://jacktrip.org/
SPRAWL is beeing developed in TU Berlin, there is even a class during Winter Semester 2020
Excellent help collection from Choir Cantabile
- If you are just received the jacktrip kit and are setting up for the first time , read this first: Getting Started With A JackTrip Device Guide. If you have multiple devices, register one at a time and label the box with the username.
- If you have problem registering a device , try connect your computer also using a wired connection. If that is not possible, see this link for additional information.
- If it appears that your microphone/headphone is not working , it is likely that your jacktrip device is not actually connect to your jacktrip server. See this note on how to fix.
- We might ask you to provide us ‚connection stats‘ , here is how you can get such information.