eJamming allows musicians located anywhere to get together for jam sessions. Your drummer is in New York, lead guitar is in India, your bass player is somewhere else, and you're on keyboard. No problem. eJamming lets you jam anyway. And you can talk to the other musicians via a VOIP feature.
All you need is digital instrument (midi enabled) and an internet connected computer. Download the client (Mac or PC), and either get the old band back together virtually or find a musician on the service.
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|Dec 2, 2008||CNet - MTV Networks plucks eJamming collaboration software - CNET|
|Jun 2, 2008||Venture Beat - eJamming raises $150K bridge round for online jam sessions|
|Jun 2, 2008||TechCrunch - eJamming - Distributed Jamming|
|Jan 8, 2008||CNet - eJamming helps virtual bands meet online - CNET|
|Jan 7, 2008||ZD Net - Intel's Paul Otellini touts the 'personal' Internet and Smash Mouth|
|Oct 3, 2007||CNet - Jam on your cam with three other people using TJoon - CNET|
|Jun 13, 2007||TechCrunch - eTar: A Guitar For Internet-based Music Making|
|Jan 30, 2007||CNet - eJamming: Skype for musicians - CNET|
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