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''To stream audio in the space, see [[music]]'''
= Audio Production Equipment =
== Drums ==
We have a drum kit stored in the top of the recording studio
== Bass guitar ==
Bass guitar ready to rock in the recording studio
== guitar ==
Guitar in the recording studio
== Microphones ==
There is a [http://bluemic.com/icicle/ Blue Icicle] '''USB microphone''' (Inventory [http://space.local/view/16 ID 16]) in the audio production closet.
FYI Some audio programs such as [http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ Audacity] require plugging in the microphone before starting the program[http://forum.audacityteam.org/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=32759].
= Amplifier and speakers =
= Amplifier and speakers =
'''You can play [[Music|music from the file server]] while inside the space'''


The amplifier and speakers were donated by Jehan.  
The amplifier and speakers were donated by Jehan.  
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== Streaming audio to the space server ==  
== Streaming audio to the space server ==  


In order to stream audio from your computer to hairball.local, you need to have pulseaudio installed. This is default in Ubuntu. You also need some way of switching between local sound output and network sound output.
In order to stream audio from your computer to space.local, you need to have pulseaudio installed. This is default in Ubuntu. You also need some way of switching between local sound output and network sound output.


=== Command line method ===
=== Command line method ===


'''warning: ''' this hasn't been tested.
'''warning: ''' this hasn't been tested


Open a new terminal and do:
Open a new terminal and do:


   export PULSE_SERVER=tcp:hairball.local:4713
   export PULSE_SERVER=tcp:space.local:4713
  pacmd set-default-sink 0


Anything you play from applications launched from that terminal should then play through the space audio server.
Anything you play from applications launched from that terminal should then play through the space audio server.
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Now reload unity:
Now reload unity:
    
    
   unity --replace
   unity --replace &


Start padevchooser or pasystray.
Start padevchooser or pasystray.
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The audio should play out of the sudo room sound system speakers.
The audio should play out of the sudo room sound system speakers.
[[Category:Projects]]
[[Category:Music]]
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