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===MPD Client===
 
===MPD Client===
 
You can use a more rich native MPD client to interface with Horsy. Noisebridge recommends...
 
You can use a more rich native MPD client to interface with Horsy. Noisebridge recommends...
* Linux: [http://ario-player.sourceforge.net/ Ario] (sudo apt-get install ario)
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* Linux: [http://ario-player.sourceforge.net/ Ario] <code>sudo apt-get install ario</code>
 
* Mac: [http://theremin.amd.co.at/0.6.2.3/Theremin_0.6.2.3.tbz Theremin]
 
* Mac: [http://theremin.amd.co.at/0.6.2.3/Theremin_0.6.2.3.tbz Theremin]
 
* Windows: [http://www.thejavashop.net/bjj/ BJJ]
 
* Windows: [http://www.thejavashop.net/bjj/ BJJ]
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===MPD Client===
 
===MPD Client===
 
You can use a more rich native MPD client to interface with Horsy. Noisebridge recommends...
 
You can use a more rich native MPD client to interface with Horsy. Noisebridge recommends...
* Linux: [http://ario-player.sourceforge.net/ Ario] (sudo apt-get install ario)
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* Linux: [http://ario-player.sourceforge.net/ Ario] <code>sudo apt-get install ario</code>
 
* Mac: [http://theremin.amd.co.at/0.6.2.3/Theremin_0.6.2.3.tbz Theremin]
 
* Mac: [http://theremin.amd.co.at/0.6.2.3/Theremin_0.6.2.3.tbz Theremin]
 
* Windows: [http://www.thejavashop.net/bjj/ BJJ]
 
* Windows: [http://www.thejavashop.net/bjj/ BJJ]
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# Upload music to that directory
 
# Upload music to that directory
 
# SSH into Pony
 
# SSH into Pony
# run: mpc --host=172.30.0.44 update
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# run: <code>mpc-update-all</code>
 
# Wait about 2 minutes
 
# Wait about 2 minutes
 
# Your tunes should be available now to add to a playlist through the web interface
 
# Your tunes should be available now to add to a playlist through the web interface
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# Upload music to that directory
 
# Upload music to that directory
 
# SSH into Pony
 
# SSH into Pony
# run: mpc --host=172.30.0.41 update
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# run: <code>mpc-update-all</code>
 
# Wait about 2 minutes
 
# Wait about 2 minutes
 
# Your tunes should be available now to add to a playlist through the web interface
 
# Your tunes should be available now to add to a playlist through the web interface

Revision as of 18:20, 7 June 2012

Where do you want to play the music from?

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Pony
The Music I want to play is already on Pony, our majestic file server

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Laptop
I have music files on my personal laptop

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Mobile Device
My mobile media device, Android, iPod, iPhone or 8 Track has tunes

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The Internets
The songs I want to listen to are hosted on the moon































Pony - Where do you want music to happen?

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Hackitorium
Near entrance, next to electronics benches, 3D printers, sewing tables

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Hack Cafe
Next to darkroom, library, kitchen, classrooms































Laptop - How do you want get your music to the speakers?

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Plug In
Easy but lame
I just want to physically plug into the sound system

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Upload
More work but cooler
I want to upload my music to Pony so I can play it remotely

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Steam
Complicated but awesome
I want to stream music from my laptop wirelessly































Laptop/Mobile Device - Physical - Where do you want music to happen?

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Hackitorium
Near entrance, next to electronics benches, 3D printers, sewing tables

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Hack Cafe
Next to darkroom, library, kitchen, classrooms































Laptop - Upload - Where do you want music to happen?

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Hackitorium
Near entrance, next to electronics benches, 3D printers, sewing tables

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Hack Cafe
Next to darkroom, library, kitchen, classrooms































Laptop - Stream - Where do you want music to happen?

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Hackitorium
Near entrance, next to electronics benches, 3D printers, sewing tables

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Hack Cafe
Next to darkroom, library, kitchen, classrooms































Internet - Where do you want music to happen?

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Hackitorium
Near entrance, next to electronics benches, 3D printers, sewing tables

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Hack Cafe
Next to darkroom, library, kitchen, classrooms































Pony - Hackitorium

MPD Web Interface: http://172.30.0.44

Web Interface

  1. Go to the AV shelf
  2. Make sure the amplifier is on and set to WHATEVER INPUT, volume at about -20
  3. Make sure the computer Horsy (found above the amplifier) is on and running
  4. Get your laptop onto the Noisebridge network through wired or wifi
  5. Open a browser and go to http://172.30.0.44
  6. Use the web interface to load songs and edit the playlist

MPD Client

You can use a more rich native MPD client to interface with Horsy. Noisebridge recommends...

MPD on Horsy:

  • IP Address: 172.30.0.44
  • Port: 6600 (default)













Pony - Hack Cafe

Make sure playing music isn't going to disrupt any classes occurring at the same time!

MPD Web Interface: http://172.30.0.41

Web Interface

  1. Go to the Hack Cafe and find the table to the Reverse Engineering Bar display mounted onto the column next to it
  2. Make sure the amplifier sitting under the table, is on and set to WHATEVER INPUT, volume at about -20
  3. Make sure the computer Zebra behind the Reverse Engineering Bar display is on and running
  4. Get your laptop onto the Noisebridge network through wired or wifi
  5. Open a browser and go to http://172.30.0.41
  6. Use the web interface to load songs and edit the playlist

MPD Client

You can use a more rich native MPD client to interface with Horsy. Noisebridge recommends...

MPD on Zebra:

  • IP Address: 172.30.0.41
  • Port: 6600 (default)













Laptop/Mobile Device - Physical - Hackitorium

  1. Go to the AV shelf
  2. Make sure the amplifier is on and set to WHATEVER INPUT, volume at about -20
  3. Find the extremely long audio cable labeled AUX, ziptied to the also extremely long display cables for the projector
  4. Plug it into your laptop or device
  5. Be weary of volume levels before playing music













Laptop/Mobile Device - Physical - Hack Cafe

Make sure playing music isn't going to disrupt any classes occurring at the same time!

  1. Go to the Hack Cafe and find the table to the Reverse Engineering Bar display mounted onto the column next to it
  2. Make sure the amplifier sitting under the table, is on and set to WHATEVER INPUT, volume at about -20
  3. Find the audio cable labeled AUX, ziptied to the bundle of cables coming out from the back of the table up to the display
  4. Plug it into your laptop or device
  5. Be weary of volume levels before playing music













Laptop - Upload - Hackitorium

Web

  1. Go to the AV shelf
  2. Make sure the amplifier is on and set to WHATEVER INPUT, volume at about -20
  3. Make sure the computer Horsy (found above the amplifier) is on and running
  4. Get your laptop onto the Noisebridge network through wired or wifi
  5. Open a browser and go to http://172.30.0.44
  6. Click on the Upload tab
  7.  ?
  8. Use the web interface to load songs and edit the playlist

SSH

  1. Get an account on Pony
  2. Open some sort of SCP/SFTP client and connect to Pony
  3. Create a directory for yourself in /d2/music
  4. Upload music to that directory
  5. SSH into Pony
  6. run: mpc-update-all
  7. Wait about 2 minutes
  8. Your tunes should be available now to add to a playlist through the web interface













Laptop - Upload - Hack Cafe

Make sure playing music isn't going to disrupt any classes occurring at the same time!

Web

  1. Go to the Hack Cafe and find the table to the Reverse Engineering Bar display mounted onto the column next to it
  2. Make sure the amplifier sitting under the table, is on and set to WHATEVER INPUT, volume at about -20
  3. Make sure the computer Zebra behind the Reverse Engineering Bar display is on and running
  4. Get your laptop onto the Noisebridge network through wired or wifi
  5. Open a browser and go to http://172.30.0.41
  6. Use the web interface to load songs and edit the playlist

SSH

  1. Get an account on Pony
  2. Open some sort of SCP/SFTP client and connect to Pony
  3. Create a directory for yourself in /d2/music
  4. Upload music to that directory
  5. SSH into Pony
  6. run: mpc-update-all
  7. Wait about 2 minutes
  8. Your tunes should be available now to add to a playlist through the web interface













Laptop - Stream - Hackitorium

Linux

Mac

Windows













Laptop - Stream - Hack Cafe

Make sure playing music isn't going to disrupt any classes occurring at the same time!

Linux

Mac

Windows













Internet - Hackitorium













Internet - Hack Cafe

Make sure playing music isn't going to disrupt any classes occurring at the same time!

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