SonoBus is a free open source network audio streaming software for Linux, Windows, MacOS, iOS and Android. This application allows you to stream low-latency peer-to-peer audio between devices over the Internet or your local network. Released under the open source GNU General Public License v3.0. You can connect multiple users, record audio, and play audio content. It also comes with input compression, a noise gate, and EQ effects.
Install SonoBus on Ubuntu
Install SonoBus via Snap.
Open a terminal command line application and run it under the SonoBus snap install command.
sudo snap install sonobus
The latest version of SonoBus will be installed on your Ubuntu system.
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If your host is using Jack, run this command to connect.
snap connect sonobus:jack1
If your host is not using Jack, you can use alsa instead.
snap connect sonobus:alsa
Install SonoBus via Flatpak.
If you don’t have one, install flatpak and flathub and run the following command in your terminal to install SonoBus on your Linux system.
flatpak install flathub net.sonobus.SonoBus
After installation, run the following command to run SonoBus.
flatpak run net.sonobus.SonoBus
Install SonoBus via terminal
Open the terminal app that executes the following commands one by one.
echo "deb http://pkg.sonobus.net/apt stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sonobus.list
sudo wget -O /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/sonobus.gpg https://pkg.sonobus.net/apt/keyring.gpg
sudo apt update && sudo apt install sonobus