[Feature] Setting up and successfully operating an audio network is not something to be taken lightly if you want it to be reliable. Higher-level protocols that handle discovery, connection management, and network redundancy are available. While one might want all of these things to be handled “under one roof” it seems common for a variety of tools and solutions to have to be layered in order to create a system that functions. While there are a number of common basic features to network protocols for real time media, the precise ways in which they are implemented may differ between systems. Networked audio sessions from the 145th Convention are summarized.
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