I've recently been working to make the most out of this webserver, and the software running on it. Doing so involved improving how this server handles it's resources - memory and CPU. As the first step I've looked at the VNC server, and it's audio component. With a few small modifications I was able to significantly reduce CPU usage of the audio server - and decrease it's latency as well. I cut out the "sockify" application that was in between the webbrowser and the audio application - and instead just added websocket support to this app. This was easy and quick enough to do. You can find the code for this - including the NoVNC release I use below this post.