I want to transmit my PC pulseaudio (music) through Internet, from a WineHQ audio app.

The app is sounding in my speakers and all looks so fine!!!

Which Ubuntu software I have to use to take that audio and put it into the Internet Audio Streaming Service???


OBS Will achieve this. Download Here. Although, this will not be thru a Wine HQ App. I will delete this answer if you are specifically looking for this. (I suppose you could install OBS as a Windows App, but I do not recommend this type of installation)

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  • Sorry! I forgot to say that I use a WineHQ app because I don't know to use other. The app does all the work, to play my music lists and other "events" (station identification phrases). So... I need to "take" that audio (pulseaudio) and to put it into the Internet. – Juan Jul 20 '18 at 1:12
  • Yes, OBS can take your Audio output and stream it to a lot of popular sites! Enjoy! – EODCraft Staff Jul 20 '18 at 10:11
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    I downloaded and Installed OBS Studio but... It is a too much complex Audio-Video Studio software!!! I was thinking about an small, specific, direct to the point, Ubuntu app. Isn't there some one??? – Juan Jul 23 '18 at 22:47
  • BTW: I also use PulseEffects Audio Processing Ubuntu app, so that app is my final pulseaudio "connection point". It is the audio I want to put into the Internet (OBS Studio doesn't include the audio server I use, and I'm not sure if we can add some extra server and its parameters) – Juan Jul 23 '18 at 22:52
  • Not sure if this is any less complex but it is run from the command line. I am not experienced with UPnP/DLNA, so I can't help you there. webupd8.org/2016/03/how-to-stream-audio-to-chromecast-or.html – EODCraft Staff Jul 24 '18 at 9:27

for just audio connection to stream darksnow or butt - broadcast using this tool

also Mixxx can stream to icecast/shoutcast

but if you install the JACK audio server there is Internet DJ Controller

audio processing effects in Pulseffects were originally from JACK

JACK is for professional low latency audio and capable of running everything you could need for a radio station. JACK can be tricky to get configured but is very reliable once set correctly. sound quality should be better than anything in Wine or Pulseaudio

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