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IDJC(1) 							Internet DJ Console							   IDJC(1)

NAME
idjc - be a dj on the internet SYNOPSIS
idjc idjc run --help idjc generateprofile --help DESCRIPTION
idjc is a powerful yet easy to use source-client for individuals interested in streaming live radio shows over the Internet using Shoutcast or Icecast servers or for making static recordings. Features include two main media players with a crossfader, a jingles player, microphone signal processing (compressor, noise gate), IRC announcements, automatic stream start/stop and reconnection, simultaneous mp3 and Ogg streaming, up to 12 mono or 6 stereo audio input channels, a DSP interface, a VoIP integration feature, MIDI input device support, audio level meters. It uses GTK+ for the user interface and JACK Audio Connection Kit for the audio back-end permitting the inclusion of third-party audio com- ponents into the mix. ENVIRONMENT
If the ~/.jackdrc file is not present depending on how recent a version of jackd you have JACK will either not start automatically or will start but configure itself with a sample rate of 48000 which is suboptimal for streaming CD audio. It is recommended to create such a file by this method within a console. $ echo "/usr/bin/jackd -d alsa -r 44100 -p 2048" > ~/.jackdrc If you prefer to start the JACK sound server manually you can do so like this. $ jackd -d alsa -r 44100 -p 2048 Refer to jackd(1) for further details. idjc has native language support built in and takes account of the LANG and LANGUAGE environment variables. SEE ALSO
http://idjc.sourceforge.net http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/idjc jackd(1), idjcctrl(1) idjc-0.8.7 2011-10-08 IDJC(1)

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JAPA(1) 						      General Commands Manual							   JAPA(1)

NAME
japa - jack or alsa perceptual analyser SYNOPSIS
japa {-h|-A|-J} [options] DESCRIPTION
Japa (JACK and ALSA Perceptual Analyser), is a 'perceptual' or 'psychoacoustic' audio spectrum analyser. Possible uses include spectrum monitoring while mixing or mastering, evaluation of ambient noise, and (using pink noise), equalisation of PA systems. For more information see /usr/share/doc/japa/README.gz. OPTIONS
One out of -A and -J must be given. -h Show summary of options. -J Use jack. -A Use alsa. -d <device> If using alsa: Specify alsa device. Defaults to hw:0.0. -r <rate> If using alsa: Specify sample frequency. Defaults to 48000. -p <period> If using alsa: Specify period size. Defaults to 1024. -n <nfrags> If using alsa: Specify number of fragments. Defaults to 2. SEE ALSO
jackd(1). AUTHOR
japa was written by Fons Adriaensen <fons@kokkinizita.net>. This manual page was written by Helmut Grohne <helmut@subdivi.de>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). July 7, 2007 JAPA(1)
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