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  Putting Jamkazam sound into a Zoom video call?
Posted by: Dan TreeSound - 09-29-2020, 10:34 PM - Forum: Help with Mac Client Problems - Replies (10)

I would like to have the audio I hear during a session played into a Zoom video meeting on the same iMAC desktop
computer I am using for Jamkazam?  How do I do this?

  Win10 audio input not working
Posted by: ersherin - 09-29-2020, 05:12 PM - Forum: Help with Audio Gear - No Replies

I have Asio4all installed, and whether I use that for input & output, or I just use the explicit windows driver for input, I can't get any audio input.  This is just a plain Win10 machine which I'm using to show others about Jamkazam via Zoom; I'm only using vocal for audio and don't plan to attach any instruments or audio interfaces.  The kicker is that everything worked properly until I ran Zoom at the same time, and now I can't get audio in.  I've rebooted numerous times, reinstalled the speaker & microphone drivers and Asio4all, and nothing helps.  Zoom is shut off when I try to get input.  I get output properly, just not input.  Any ideas?  TIA

Posted by: Edrington - 09-29-2020, 03:12 PM - Forum: Help with JamTracks - Replies (1)

Can I use the backtracks in Youtube?

  Update breaks midi vst
Posted by: Terles - 09-29-2020, 02:41 PM - Forum: Help with Audio Gear - Replies (2)

Since latest update, midi stopped working.  Roland keyboard plugged into usb connector on Windows 10 PC via a UM-1 midi interface, using a vst for sounds.  Track shows up, see green bars move when keys played on "My Tracks" side. but nothing moving on the "Personal Mix" side.  Tried rebooting PC & all components.  Tried deleting & re-installing midi track.  Sent message to JK support.

  Problems with Audio device UPDATE TODAY
Posted by: xULIx - 09-29-2020, 10:17 AM - Forum: Help with Audio Gear - No Replies

I'm from Germany. Unfortunately, my English is not that good. 

Since the Update today 

My problem is this. The audio gear is set correctly and I can start sessions. But then everything stops and it says: audio device is not  currently connected / audio initialization failed / input audio device stream stalled

What can i Do? 

I deleated everything an instalated the App. Then it worked again for a few second... 

In another App (audacity) i can record. So my Hardware is ok? 

I am frustrated... 

  Frame size impact on latency
Posted by: Terles - 09-28-2020, 08:14 PM - Forum: Help with Audio Gear - Replies (2)

.pdf   JK frame size.pdf (Size: 62.25 KB / Downloads: 9) So, not really understanding how frame size impacts latency, I did a test - results attached.  I'm thinking that the inability to "set" the buffer size and keep it when resyncing is related to Jamkazam, not the interface I am using.  Can anyone out there shed any light on this?  Or replicate the test with another interface?

Posted by: Christine - 09-28-2020, 04:35 PM - Forum: Miscellaneous - Replies (2)

I can't find anything on how to "unfriend" a person.    A  "friend" has decided that my latency is too high and I won't be admitted to his sessions.  How do I eliminate him from my Friends list?  I feel annoyed every time I see his name there.

  Low upload bandwidth (Audio Bw Tx) and Bufferbloat advice please
Posted by: davegee1 - 09-26-2020, 04:43 AM - Forum: Help with Network Gear - Replies (10)

Hello! Jamkazam is amazing but I'm still trying to get the best connection possible. Some advice please!

Question 1 - My 'Audio Bw Tx' is red, showing as 143k. So my audio is glitchy on the other side, to my friend. How can I improve this? It should not be my internet connection as I have cable internet with approx 30mbs upload. I am also connected via LAN cable as is my friend. Are there any settings in JamKazam that can improve this? I've tried setting the outgoing audio stream from 256k, to 320k to 512k but it had no effect. 

Question 2 - the internet latency is about 8oms between my friend and me. WE are both on LAN and about 200km from each other, in Victoria, Australia. I've done a dslreports speed test and I think its because my friend has high 'buffer bloat'. We are in Australia and he is connected on a 25mbs/5mbs 'FTTN' plan which uses copper wires in the network. I am assuming the actual internet connection may be the issue there. Any idea how to fix? Could perhaps a new router with QoS somehow help?

Thank you!

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  Using Zoom to demo JamKazam
Posted by: ersherin - 09-25-2020, 09:31 PM - Forum: Help with Mac Client Problems - No Replies

I've been having ongoing issues with using Zoom to show off JK to some local frustrated musicians using my Windows 10 box.  Everything works fine except I can't transmit the audio through Zoom and yes, I do know to check the "share computer audio" box when screensharing.  JK says this will work much better on a Mac.  Does anyone have direct experience doing this on a Mac?  Basically I want to use Zoom to show a live session to other musicians and ultimately to a workshop I'm going to organize, and I want them to be able to hear the session audio.

Why not just use JK?  Because I'm still going to have to help each person configure it on their machine, and many of the group are computer-phobic.  I'd like to be able to just sit at my desktop and share the JK world with them without having to get each one set up first.

If Mac users have success I'll go out and get a Mac, I just don't want to spend $$$ if it won't make a difference, since I've already invested in a high end Windows 10 laptop for my setup.


  Using Zoom to demo JamKazam on Win10
Posted by: ersherin - 09-25-2020, 09:25 PM - Forum: Help with Windows Client Problems - No Replies

Has anyone had any success with this on Windows, or do I have to invest in a Mac?  EVEN IF I use phone for Zoom audio, I've found that I can't pipe the JK audio through Zoom, so when doing a live demo for newbies, they aren't able to hear it through Zoom.  And yes, I know how to screenshare and have checked the "share computer audio" box on the share window.

A second problem that has developed since I attempted to run JK and Zoom together is JK will no longer accept audio input, whether or not Zoom is running.  I'm working on a Win10 machine that I just use for demos because I won't risk the one I have working with my audio interface.  Before I tried with Zoom, I was successfully getting into sessions with my husband on our primary JK computer, and we could talk through JK--him using his music microphone and me using the built-in computer microphone.  Since I tried with Zoom, now the computer doesn't pick up my audio in JK; but it does pick it up for other apps, so it's not the native Windows driver.

For JK I'm using ASIOS4ALL for the driver, and I've got two configs; one using this for input & output; the other one explicitly picking the computer built-in microphone for input but A4A for output.  Neither works for audio input whether or not Zoom is running.  I get audio output regardless - I can hear it directly from the computer or in the headphones, but it doesn't transmit over Zoom.

Anyone have either a similar problem or success?  I'm on the verge of buying a Mac because JK support says that will work better, anyone have any experience using Zoom & JK on a Mac?  I'm also going to ask the question on the Mac section but thought I'd ask here too.