eJamming Announces Real Time Internet-Based Collaboration

eJamming Inc., developers of the eJamming™ Station, reportedly the world’s first real time Internet-based music collaboration software, announced the completion of their Mac OSX build and kick-off of their Early-Adopter testing program.
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eJamming Inc., developers of the eJamming™ Station, reportedly the world’s first real time Internet-based music collaboration software, announced the completion of their Mac OSX build and kick-off of their Early-Adopter testing program. Now musicians with any level of experience, a computer, a broadband Internet connection and a MIDI-enabled instrument will be able to jam in real-time with other musicians wherever they are.

eJamming is currently recruiting Early Adopters on Mac OSX, with the PC build beginning testing mid-October. Early Adopter testers receive a full month of eJamming for free, and get an additional six months of subscription to the program for 25 percent off of the regular monthly price of $19.95.

eJamming absolutely annihilates space and time,” says Alan Jay Glueckman, chairman and president of eJamming Inc. “No longer do musicians have to be in the same physical space or even the same time zone in order to make music together. Our patented software manages and minimizes latencies and delays inherent in the Internet to allow musicians around the world to jam in real-time. Its breakthrough technology that changes everything.”

The eJamming™ Station will be formally released on Apple’s OSX.3 (Panther) and OSX.4 (Tiger) beginning October 14, 2005. The release version of the eJamming™ Station on Windows XP will launch before year’s end. Subscriptions run $19.95 per month for 24/7 access to eJamming.

For more information on eJamming or to sign up to be an Early Adopter tester, go to .
For more information, please go to www.ejamming.com.