Jam / Practice over the internet

Hi Everyone,

I'm going to be playing a gig with another musician and the other musician lives 5000 miles away. Is it possible to do a practise/jam over the internet?

Especially bearing in mind that I'm going to be playing guitar and bass.

I understand that there'll be latency issues but as we're both improvising it would be nice for us to play together a few times before we have to jump on stage and do it for the first time cold.

We'll both be using Live 9 (I sue it in this context for FX control by MIDI footboard)



keefbaker 2 years ago | 0 comments

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    You'll need a steady and strong internet connection, i guess. Also, there are websites/software that give you the option of jamming with other people. Stuff like Jamm'r. Maybe worth looking into?

    2 years ago | 0 comments

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