How to use USB GPIO modules with Multi Room Audio Player

Now you can directly control our Multi Room Audio Player with your hardware without any intermediate computers\software units. We’ve added support for Numato 8 Channel USB GPIO Module (With Analog Inputs). You can buy it here for $19.95 only. You’ll get 8 TTL compatible GPIOs and 6 Analog input channels (Multiplexed with GPIOs). Read more about GPIO (General-purpose input/output)

USB GPIO module

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How to select Network Adapter to start API service in Multiple Network Environment

One of our customers from Brasil, faced with problem to start Multi Room Audio Player WCF/REST API on computer system with Multiple Network Interfaces installed. He uses Dante audio controller and plays 16 songs simultaneously. These 16 channels are being managed by the Soundweb London BLU-806 Signal Processor with Digital Audio Bus through the HiQnet Audio Architect by Harman software. The main audio system has Multi Room Audio Player and 4 Network Adapters installed. Read More …

How to make microphone announcements over individual players

So for example you created a regular player with playlist and now you need to make microphone announcement to this player over current playlist. At first please connect your mic to one of your microphone inputs and then create new External player in our Multi Room Audio software.

External player - Microphone
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How to setup Spotify music service

At first you need sign up to Spotify Premium account and get an application key. If you have regular Spotify account, please upgrade it to Premium.

Spotify Premium

Multi Room Audio Player uses libspotify SDK. To use the Libspotify SDK you will need to get an application key. Only Premium Spotify users will be able to log in and play music with this library. Please go to Spotify Developer account and create an application key. Please use this link Read More …

Supported audio formats

Multi Room Audio Player supports many audio formats. And their number is growing, we use a plugin system, so adding the new format does not take much time.
This is a list of most popular supported audio formats: MP3, WAV (Wave Audio), OGG (Ogg Vorbis), AIFF (Audio IFF), AAC (Advanced Audio Codec), MP4, M4A (MPEG 4 Audio, Apple Lossless Audio Codec, Advanced Audio Coding MPEG-4), FLAC (Free Lossless Audio Codec), WMA (Windows Media Audio), APE (Monkey’s Audio) Read More …