The Funky Frets Jamulus Server
The “Funky Frets” Jamulus Server: Funky Frets TwoLIVE!!! • (Actually ALWAYS Running & FREE) • (188.8.131.52)
The Funky Frets/LearningUkulele.com Jamulus Server (Funky Frets Two), is a dedicated and FREE place for ukulele players worldwide to jam. It is a
public server and open to anyone in the world and ALWAYS running. LearningUkulele.com and Funky Frets will maintain, pay for and use these servers to periodically host Ukulele Jams.
This server is located in Northern New Jersey on cloud server providers, super close to one of the Internet backbones and they are typically very low latency. There are named Funky Frets and Funky Frets Two — very creative name(s) if I don't say myself.
Connection to a Jamulus Server
After launching the Jamulus client application, click on the "Connect" button in the Jamulus (Mixer) window and select All Genres from the List menu in the "Connection Setup" window. Then select the Funky Frets Two server, Newark, NJ United States. For scheduled Funky Frets/LearningUkulele.com jams, select the scheduled server or enter the IP Address that your where sent. You can setup your own jams on non-scheduled times and use any of the Funky Frets servers.
Select the Funky Frets Two server. Funky Frets Two will be the most available with the lowest ping times. The Funky Frets East server and the Jamulus client where on the same computer at my home and that is why it's 1ms. The "ping" times are all relative to a Northeast, USA connection.
The Jamulus Settings Panel on the Linux, the Pop!_OS distro.
If you are connecting to a private Jamulus server then enter the IP Address you where emailed in the Server Address field at the bottom right hand corner of the "Connection Setup" window.
Most, easy initial problems you might have are selecting you sound source.
The Jamulus Settings Panel on Linux . This is a sample from my System76 Thelio computer running the linux Pop!_OS system. On my Mac computer there are a lot of entries to pick from.
The Jamulus Settings Panel on Apple macOS . This is a sample from my Apple, iMac computer running the Big Sur OS. On my Mac computer there are a lot of entries to pick from.
Getting your computer sound can be a tricky area.
Here are some Jamulus Wiki Page resources pages for more information.