1 hour bookings are 100% FREE. If you are an educator or believe in some other way you should get a discount let us know via the site chat and we can discuss concessions.
Once you’ve tested the service using booked slots you can request (or maybe offered) access to our on-demand product control room.
When you purchase time on our system, a server is created from scratch that is unique to you.
The servers have a single purpose; to run the Jamulus server client. All other ports and services are either disabled or removed entirely.
The IP address for your server is ephemeral, so that no one can ‘stumble’ into your booking unless you’ve shared this with them explicitly.
Your sessions are not recorded unless you explicitly purchase this option. If you do choose to save a recording of your session, after it has ended, contact us and we’ll email you a link to download the files securely. 24 hours after your session is ended the session is deleted permanently and cannot be recovered. We do not hold or share your recordings with anyone and never will.
We recommend the following as minimum to have an ok experience using our service.
For the best possible experience we recommend the following
To avoid “latency” (delay between you playing your instrument and you hearing it) you are strongly advised to use an audio interface: a box that you can plug your instrument(s) into rather than using your computer’s built-in sound card. The interface will connect to your PC usually via USB.
If you don’t have one, we recommend the EVO 4 USB Audio Interface low cost and excellent option that will allow you to use or record two inputs at once and output to two outputs as well as link via USB to your DAW.
We are a couple of mates that really wanted to solve a problem for others during the COVID-19 lockdown. Zaid Crowe is a full time guitar player with technical chops that can build websites like this. Alex Buckland is a full time Product Manger, former sound engineer and all around nerd that actually enjoys creating todo lists. Together we’re trying put this service out there to help musicians scratch an itch. We’re not in any way affiliated with Jamulus, we just believe its the best software to help solve this particular problem.