I’m running a jacktrip “loopback server” which was originally coded up to gather data on network quality.
It turns out to be pretty useful for testing jacktrip installations.
When you connect with the ‘-C’ option ( big ‘C’ ) to the server it will loopback your audio so you can hear yourself bounce off Stanford, California.
Jacktrip Installation info >> here <<
use jacktrip v1.2
48kHz / 1024 FPP
jacktrip -C jackloop1024.stanford.edu
(note the big ‘C’ which runs the correct client for this)
48kHz / 512 FPP
jacktrip -C jackloop512.stanford.edu
48kHz / 256 FPP
jacktrip -C jackloop256.stanford.edu
48kHz / 128 FPP
jacktrip -C jackloop128.stanford.edu
48kHz / 64 FPP
jacktrip -C jackloop64.stanford.edu
48kHz / 32 FPP
jacktrip -C jackloop32.stanford.edu
if you get
Received Connection from Peer!
then you’re good and you should hear your own stereo audio echoing back to you.
There may be a recording of clapping being played from the server on one channel.
(don’t forget to do local audio loopback tests first, both on the audio interface itself and through qjackctl’s connections )