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Real time jams - testing

Illustrious Member
Joined: 14 years ago
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I found a couple of choices for real time, or semi real time jamming over the internet. I'd like to get some testers and get some feedback from you all for a future article. Any takers? Go ahead and reply here and we'll match up and test.

This one is semi real-time, you'll have to try it to see what I mean....

It provides latency on purpose. It sounds cool though. Ninjam is also available for Mac OSX

This one is pretty good and now in Beta 10:

If you have other software we should consider, please post it.

Illustrious Member
Joined: 19 years ago
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I'll be away from my guitars for some days but I might be able to have some free time next week. Hopefully . If so I'll gladly volunteer. 8)

Trusted Member
Joined: 15 years ago
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If there's a beginner level, I might try it. ;)

I'll download the programs tonight (if I remember).

Trusted Member
Joined: 15 years ago
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I downloaded Ninjam. It seems to work okay on my end, but all the "jamfarm" test servers are empty right now.

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Joined: 17 years ago
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Matter of fact, it is possible to jam via MSN/Windows Live Messenger.
A friend in Paris and myself in Stockholm opened a video/sound connection and did a "online" jam.
Hi added a backing track plus his keyboard and I added my guitar. When hi listened the return sound with my guitar added it was no delay between the instruments.The most tricky part was to get all sound levels ok

Tanglewood TW28STE (Shadow P7 EQ) acoustic
Yamaha RGX 320FZ electric guitar/Egnater Tweaker 15 amp.
Yamaha RBX 270 bass/Laney DB 150 amp.