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Re: internet jam partners
I know the thing right now seems to be one-on-one playing, but since
there seems to be a growing stable of ninjam loopers, has anyone given
thought to a whole group playing?
i know i have done ninjams with 3 others very successfully (of course,
there have been many that are equally unsuccessful ;))
On 6/12/06, L.A. Angulo <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hey Rainer,
> I would be interested either as a percussionist(conga)
> or doing some singing,ive never use the live streaming
> technology below but ill look into it.
> --- Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > > Who knows, with permission of the artist, I may
> > make a CD at
> > > the end of the year with excerpts of all the
> > internet
> > > performances. I could call it the "Looper's
> > Delight Ninjam
> > > Performance".
> > ...which is something I intend to do as well, given
> > more artists accept to
> > play with me (so far, Krispen Hartung, Rick Walker
> > and Charlie Milkey).
> > Ok, again a call for performers! Who would be
> > interested to do a virtual
> > internet session?
> > style: (open)
> > instruments: horn players, singers and
> > drummers/percussionists preferred,
> > but other musicians alos welcome!
> > technology: any of Ninjam, shoutcast or the
> > www.t-u-b-e.de plugin.
> > As an example for an internat jam, may I again point
> > you to
> > http://moinlabs.byto.de/msa/i_msa_div.htm (more
> > recordings are on their
> > way!)
> > More on my background as well as links to some of my
> > other stuff via
> > www.moinlabs.de
> > Please contact me offlist,
> > Rainer
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