Mumble is a lightweight, free, open-source group voice chat client similar to Ventrilo and TeamSpeak (but it uses better codecs for lower bandwidth, lower latency, and better quality). There is usually a good number of people chatting in mumble, even if you don't have a mic or don't want to talk, it's fine to lurk in there just to hear what's going on. To get started using Mumble you have to... Download the Mumble Client http://www.mumble.com/ Getting Started Once the installation is complete, you may run the program. The first thing it will do it take you through a short setup process to ensure that your microphone is set up, volumes are correct, and various other things. Once of the steps will have you create a key file for your client. if you have backup software that runs already, please make sure this created key is saved in your standard backup location. This key is important for advanced functionality, like administration or channel moderation. Your username is also tied to this key. If you lose the key, you will need to choose a different name to access mumble in the future. You will now be at a screen that looks like this: Click on Server at the top-left of the window, and then on Connect to bring up the next window: Once you have done that, click on the Add New.. button, and then enter the information as shown in the screenshot below. Once you are connected, you will see several channels available to you. The lobby channel is where you will be placed by default, but the main Members channel is most likely where you'll find everyone. Note that anyone can join this server, not just WoodenAxe members, so the lobby and guest channels may be full of other people. To join the "Members" channel you will need an access token. The access token is "matt". To add this token you navigate to Servers -> Access tokens -> Add .. and enter "matt Then just double click "Members" or any of the sub-channels.