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Re: OT: Jamming over the internet

Sylvain.  I have long history with NinJam and can't say enough about it.  Most of the time I use the series of public servers though recently I setup a private server.  It's worked good for duo sessions but tends to choke when a trio.  That's due to my bandwidth.  I'm actively working with a trio project that sometimes is missing our third, I would be happy for you to join us one evening.  We tend to play Sunday evenings @8:30 EST. Jim

On Tue, Apr 29, 2014 at 9:41 PM, Sylvain Poitras <sylvain.trombone@gmail.com> wrote:
I know many musician on the list have used various means of playing with each other over the internet.  What's the shortlist of the best options out there?  I was looking at ninjam, but I got confused about the necessity (?) of having a server setup to organize a session.



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