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How to stream music over the network to multiple computers?

On a home network with three pcs now powered with Ubuntu 12.04, I would like to send audio from one pc to the other two using pulse audio. In effect I want the same music playing simultaneously throughout my house. This would remove any need for apple airports, and remove Windows from one of the dual boot Dells.

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marked as duplicate by Takkat, Ringtail, stephenmyall, Javier Rivera, Mik Dec 3 '12 at 17:04

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possible duplicate of How to stream music over the network to multiple computers? also think of setting up an Icecast Server in case bandwith matters. – Takkat Dec 3 '12 at 13:52

Please refer to the Answer made to this questions here:

How do I setup an Icecast server for broadcasting audio in my network?

Make sure you install pavucontrol(PulseAudio Volume Control) as mentioned in order to redirect Computer Sound Output to the server. There will be a delay between Computer Output and Output on Receiving Devices but that's sadly unavoidable.

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