Step 1: Download Mumble from http://www.muble.com.
Run the file you just downloaded and install Mumble (Client) default.
The setup might ask you to reboot, but usually the basic features will work
straight away, so if you're in a hurry just try without rebooting.
You will be prompted with the Certificate
Wizard. Here you can create or import a (email-)certificate to
uniquely identify you. You're not required to run it, but it enables some
advanced features like whispers.
You will be prompted to run the Audio
Wizard. Do so.
The first page will ask you what input/output devices you want to use. The
second page will ask you to tune the volume of your microphone, and can be
ignored by clicking next if you feel you're getting stuck. The third page will
ask you how your input should function, and it is strongly advised that you
choose 'push to talk' rather than the default method, and simply pick a key to
be pressed when you want to talk. This way we don't run the risk of ending up
hearing everything that's going on inside your room at all times. This
concludes the Audio Wizard.
You should now see the general interface of Mumble.
Step 8: Click Server in the menu, and select Connect. Ignore the Server
Browser, and instead click the tab Custom
Server. Enter a Label
of your choice, then enter the