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NetAudio consists of two sets of applications: a source and a receiver.
The source streams audio (whether from a file or live input) over a network to a receiver,
which renders the stream on an audio card and/or stores it in a file.

The source can be controlled remotely too: not only can one start/stop the audio stream,
it's possible to select a channel from the audio mixer to stream from and specify the network destination.

I have used NetAudio as the audio transport mechanism for WebRadio and AudioDataDecoder.

The receiver:

The live input source: