Jam online – possible or just a myth ?
A very popular question at the moment.
A lot of livestreams are coming out.
Some of the videos you see of multiple players ‘playing together’ were actually assembled in studio.
But how can we jam then ?
I’ve evaluated a few solutions and found success with Jamulus.
In this episode I will tell you what you need to know.
I’ve been experimenting with these services for a few weeks now – and they’ve been growing in popularity for obvious reasons !
Maybe once this is all over we will find out virtual bandmates everywhere.
The revolution is only starting.
PlayerListen to “Episode 22: Let’s jam online, the show must go on” on Spreaker.
This episode has the following structure:
- Contact info
- How you can support
- Reviews, please !
- Jamming online
- The challenge
Jamming music online is a bit of a challenge due to technological limitations. But as I found out, it’s not impossible.
This will depend largely on your location, the equipment at your disposal and Internet conditions.
I was able to do it and I would be happy to help you and your band if you want to do the same.
Music cannot stop. The show must go on.
The time is now, let’s make it happen!
Jamming doesn’t work in your case ?
That’s ok, we can organise tracks and assemble recordings of you and your mates playing together.
There are many ways to keep the music alive and the creative juices flowing.
Jam music online article.
News on quarantine livestreams.
Sweetwater article on online band practices.
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