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Having played in a band many years ago, one of the hardest parts was getting everyone together for practise, either finding a place to practise, and then setting up all the equipment. Even then you had to finish at 10pm due to noise curfews.


Well, thanks to the Internet, and a new piece of software called eJamming, Muscians can talk (using VOIP), and play in real time and hear each other right from their homes even if they are on the other side of the world.

If you are interested, watch the demo here to see how it works.

Cleverly, eJamming is planning new features to help the site become a meeting place for musicians with tools to schedule practise times.

This is just another example of how the internet is becoming a conversation!

via Techcrunch

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