WANT TO COLLABORATE OR JAM ONLINE? eJAMMING IS EASY...
Plug in your guitar, drums, keyboards or mic.
Fire up eJamming AUDiiO in your computer.
Check out who’s in the eJamming Lobby. Look over their instruments and musical influences in their mini-profile. Chat with
Then invite them to a Session. Or join theirs.
You can talk live. Decide what to play.
Then jam together. Live. Online.
Tabitha Soren reports on eJamming on Bloomberg TV (right after the ad):
In today’s busy world, the hardest thing is to find time to make music.
Or musicians and vocalists to make it with.
On eJamming, we connect you to old friends.
Imagine – you can play with the guys you used to play with.
Or rehearse with the band you’re in now.
You can even make new friends.
So you can play together. Write together. Arrange together.
Live. Right from home. Whenever you want.
It's a lot easier than lugging your gear across town.
Don't believe it? Watch as Def Leppard's Phil Collen jams over eJamming AUDiiO with drummer Matt Richardson and bassist Mark
But you don't have to be a Rock Star to play together on this online music collaboration system.
With eJamming, you can be a beginner who just wants to connect with other musicians.
To jam. Sing and harmonize together.
Rehearse together. Create together. Even learn some new techniques.
Or just hang out together.
Even when your jam mates are 8000 miles apart.
All you need is a computer.
A broadband connection like a DSL or cable modem (you've already got one of those since you're reading this online).
Your instrument and a mic.
And an audio interface* you plug it all into.
And you can jam online with musician friends anywhere. Across town. Across the country. Or if you want to, even across the
Here's what BRASHER/BOGUE says about working together on eJamming:
-The day I found eJamming, I knew it was going to change things for us in a big way. Since Andy and I started writing and
performing together, our two biggest obstacles have been, “time and distance” Not enough time, too many miles between us.
eJamming has literally bridged the gap on both accounts. Each time we get together to write online, we are just amazed that we
finally have this tool. We write and rehearse probably 3 or 4 times as often as we did before we found eJamming.
-Dustin Bogue (BRASHER/BOGUE)
- As a writing/recording/touring musician, balancing home life and work life can be a challenge. Especially, if you're like me, you live
in one state and most of your musical accomplices live in another. Dustin and I have been making music together, writing and
recording since 2007. Until we discovered eJamming, getting together to write, play or record consisted of taking turns driving 200
miles and spending a few days away from home. This could be very taxing especially when we were already on the road quite a bit
with our touring. Now that we are on eJamming, we can write, play or record at a moments notice, (which as musicians know, is
usually when inspiration strikes!) Without having to dedicate gas money and a couple hours on the road in order to create
together, we are able to work more often and from the comfort of our own home. The control panel is super-easy to use, and the
setup was simple. With Tech Support's help we were up and running that day. And by the end of our first session, had already
conceptualized a new song. Jamming together is easy, with no cumbersome lag; It's REAL TIME baby! Plus we can record what
we are working on and save it. This is the tool that we've been waiting for! - Andy Brasher (BRASHER/BOGUE)
You can even record together. Building your song track by track. Everyone "in the room".
Here's how to Record on eJamming
Here's how to set up an acoustic drum kit for eJamming: