Hi, as I am sure is the case with many of you, my band can't get together these days, but we'd love to be able to jam/rehearse remotely. However, latency on platforms like Zoom or FaceTime make it pretty awkward, if not impossible. Supposedly, Jamkazam deals with that issue pretty well if each musician is set up properly - direct ethernet connection so you are not using wifi, and an audio mixer (from what I've read).
I was wondering if any of you have direct experience with Jamkazam (or any other platform that works well). Before I invest in the hardware (and suggest other band members do as well), it would be nice to know if this might work.
If you live within 400KM's on high bandwidth Ethernet and can get stable latency down to ~20ms you can probably do a live session - but there are other issues to consider too.
It's possible to go over this distance with latency up to <~70ms that can be compensated for with track delays - if you have the right hardware/software - but any slippage or glitches and you're toast if playing live.