About Mumble Server Host

What you get with our service:

  • Money Back Guarantee!
    • Cancel anytime during the first 7 days for a full refund
  • You server will be located at a custom domain name
    • myserver.mumbleserverhost.com
  • Web based Mumble Server Control Panel
    • Set and change your server passwords
    • Kick users and manage your user bans
    • View who is currently on your Mumble Server
  • Voice quality at 128 kbps for extreme clarity
    • Mumble uses the high quality CELT codec for crystal clear voice clarity
    • Mumble's extreme clarity blows away similar progams such as Ventrilo and TeamSpeak
  • Customizable Web Script
    • Place your Mumble Server on your Guild Web site or Forum

What is Mumble?

Mumble is voice communication software designed to bring a group of users together in a room. The software was designed mainly for interactive gaming but it can also be used by businesses and corporations to hold off-site meetings. Mumble is similar to popular VOIP programs such as Ventrilo and TeamSpeak but with lower latency and innovative features such as live overlay and positional sound.

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What platforms does Mumble work on?

The Mumble client software runs on all the major operating systems including Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

What are Mumble's requirements?

The Mumble client will run on any modern computer with a working sound card and microphone. Mumble uses an extremely small amount of bandwidth; any DSL or cable modem internet connection is capable of handling its use.

What is Positional Sound?

Mumble uses DirectSound 3D technology to adjust a gamers volume depending on their position in a game. For example, if Gamer A is standing directly next to Gamer B while in-game, their voices will be louder to one another. If Gamer C is across the map from Gamers A and B, Gamer C will sound much softer or more distant to Gamers A and B.

Who makes Mumble?

Mumble is open source technology developed and maintained by a larger community of developers. The software project can be found on their website http://mumble.sourceforge.net/