The Network Audio System (NAS)

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Last Updated: 06/16/2018

Welcome to the NAS Homepage. The Network Audio System is a network transparent, client/server audio transport system. It can be described as the audio equivalent of an X server. Enjoy!

The current stable release version of NAS is now at 1.9.4

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NAS Overview

This page contains information for the Network Audio System (NAS), a network-transparent, client/server audio system originally developed at Network Computing Devices (NCD) by Jim Fulton, Greg Renda, and Dave Lemke that includes:

The client software can also be used with several models of NCD X terminals as well as NCD's PCXware (an X server for PCs running Microsoft Windows).

Key features of the Network Audio System include:

Please note that the Network Audio System has no relationship to the NetAudio products from Townshend Computer Tools.

Look at the file doc/xcon94paper.ps (Postscript) in the source distribution for a paper on the Network Audio System.


Latest News

10/07/2013

NAS 1.9.4 (stable) is now available. This version fixes a few security issues in the server, and some minor fixes in other areas.

See HISTORY for details.

In addition, we are switching to GIT for managing the source repository from SVN. See Sourceforge for a list of possible clone URLS, or to browse the repository.


Mailing Lists


Downloading

The Release version is now 1.9.4 (10/07/2013).

Distribution information Current Stable Release GIT Source Code Repository access

To check out the latest version of the project into a subdirectory named 'nas', you would use a command like:

git clone git://git.code.sf.net/p/nas/nas.git nas

Previous (old) Stable Release(s)

Precompiled Binaries/Packages