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Re: internet jam partners
>Using the Ninjam public servers isn't something you want to do for several
>reasons (like limited control over tempo/bpi settings or dickhead Eighties
>rock guitarists barging in).
I tried the public servers and, apparently, I use "too many effects."
Using 6 delays/loopers is too much? What was I thinking?!?
I did back off, loaded up a nice organ patch on the kbd and played along.
It's fun, but it gets sort of... boring after a bit. The latency makes it
hard to do any kind of real chord progressions so we wound up just jamming
over 'A' for 15 minutes. There were some cool moments, but I can't see
doing it more than once in a long while.
Doing experimental noise on the other hand, now that is fun!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 5:59 AM
Subject: AW: internet jam partners
Using the Ninjam public servers isn't something you want to do for several
reasons (like limited control over tempo/bpi settings or dickhead Eighties
rock guitarists barging in).
I think the only one among us who has a Ninjam server running which can
accomodate several people is Krispen...Krispen?