#1
Hi Guys,
Any Idea about some programs or softwares that will allow me to jam with my friends via Internet? Thanks
#2
There's a thing called Ohm on Steam that does something like this, you should check it out. I actually think it's something that's going to be quite huge in the future, especially with VR (who needs to pay for practice rooms anymore?)

http://store.steampowered.com/app/241660/
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How on earth do they deal with latency? I cant imagine it being very good, but I havent tried it myself so theres only one way to find out I guess
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#6
I think for the moment I'll reserve my opinion on this idea. Playing music with others is not only a musical experience but a social interaction where being together in the same room adds it own flavor to the way we interact and play.

At this point it's a new idea and it may be workable. I'm curious. Let us know how it goes.
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I think for the moment I'll reserve my opinion on this idea. Playing music with others is not only a musical experience but a social interaction where being together in the same room adds it own flavor to the way we interact and play.

At this point it's a new idea and it may be workable. I'm curious. Let us know how it goes.


You are totally right. I sometimes practice using JamKazam... Still there is nothing like sort of reacting to the sound of each other in the same room... But at least it lets us keep working which is pretty good.
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How on earth do they deal with latency? I cant imagine it being very good, but I havent tried it myself so theres only one way to find out I guess


Depends where everyone lives and if their connection is any good to be honest latency wise.
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#9
I remember a website called "BandHub"

I've never used it (too afraid my guitar skills are not good enough),
but it seems to work like how Skype Video Calls work, except with music, each person does a music part, and it records it together into a music cover video

Kind of a cool concept in my opinion.
#10
I know there's the option in GarageBand - I've never tried it fit the reasons above - I worry about latency and communication - I want to be able talk easily and it's way too easy to offend/rub someone up the wrong way unintentionally when you don't have the visual.
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#11
But its good to find out if somebody else has the same kind of interests without jamming physically..If you don't seem to jam,you can just say bye..
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But its good to find out if somebody else has the same kind of interests without jamming physically..If you don't seem to jam,you can just say bye..


The problem is if one of the people in the 'virtual' room have a poor connection, it will not gel, even if it was a G3 lineup.