tpf-client is a low-latency multi-channel audio transmission software based on the AoO (Audio-over-OSC) protocol. The received audio streams are made available on separate ports on the JACK server where they can be connected to an JACK-aware DAW like Ardour or an external mixing desk. tpf-client’s layout is configurable. The maximum of channels per peer and also the number of peer slots can be adjusted so that different needs are covered. It supports streaming in PCM and OPUS and the formats are also configurable.
The tpf-client based on the AoO protocol is the follow-up version of an older tpf-client based on the jacktrip protocol. It is still in beta-state.
A tpf-server is needed to connect instances of tpf-clients, be it through a proxy-server or peer-to-peer.
Roman Haefeli and Johannes Schütt
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