The other day we were toying around with filtering out the horn noises from the World Cup matches streaming from ESPN. We found some instructions dealing with Fedora but many of the packages that were recommended were not available for CentOS. One of those packages was jack-rack which can be downloaded and installed using the information below.
Recently I was doing some testing with various audio settings on a CentOS Linux desktop and found out fairly quick that many of the packages I needed were not available. After some research I located a repository from Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics called Planet CCRMA which is pronounced karma. Below I describe how to install the CCRMA repo on CentOS Linux so you can use yum to install various audio RPM’s.