Here's something which may be useful for some of you or your patrons.
From the Scout Report.
Jamulus is a low-latency streaming audio platform that "enables
musicians to perform real-time jam sessions over the internet." Any
connection with a bandwidth of over 200 Kbps and a ping time to the
Jamulus servers of less than 40ms should suffice. If none of the public
Jamulus servers have sufficiently low ping times, users may opt to run
their own server as well. The Getting Started page on the Jamulus Wiki
provides detailed instructions on how to install and configure the
Jamulus client software on Windows, Linux, and Macintosh computers. The
Hardware Setup section provides additional information on setting up
audio hardware, including a list of hardware known to work well.
Detailed documentation on all the options in the client software is
presented on the Jamulus Help Manual page. Installers for Windows and
mac OS can be located on the Jamulus website. Linux and BSD users can
locate packages in their system's package repositories.
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