Free Jamming Softwares



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An online network for musicians to collaborate in real time, jamming from anywhere in the world!

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This is an old software by Fender aimed at the online jamming community and bands for online rehearsals. With your 30-day free trial, you’re promised peer-to-peer live audio streaming, 16 audio tracks, 16 MIDI tracks, exportable files and “near zero” latency feel in Jam Mode!

Basic Tutorials

How to use eJamming [Video below]

Setting Up Your First eJamming Session Part 1 [Video below]



A free software for online jam sessions with a creative solution to latency issues.

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It may not be colourful, but Jammr shines in eliminating latency by having musicians jam measures behind your chord progression. It may take some time to get used to, but it’s a great solution to a recurring issue. Live, but not real time!


A beautiful software designed for worldwide jamming! Resolves latency the same way Jammr does.

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A free and open source software to jam with people around the world, using NINJAM servers. Pick your jam room – as seen above. Once entered, a window opens up with channel strips, parameters and a chat box. Beautiful design! See their website (highlighted in yellow) for more.

Basic Tutorials

Playing in ninjam servers with Jamtaba [Video below]

Using chord progresions in Jamtaba [Video below]



A free, cross-platform software with simple mechanics for jamming over the internet!

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Jamulus is a well regarded software for jamming, amongst musicians on the online community. It works, it’s simple, and it has all the essentials you need to jam with others over the internet. It’s free and it’s cross- platform. What else do you need?

Reviews Jam music online with Jamulus

Jam music online with Jamulus [Video below]

Musicians Jam Online Together with Jamulus – Advanced Setup [Video below]


An app with extensive songs in multi-track format, perfect for jamming or learning covers, with others or alone.

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Awesome app for jamming and song practicing. You can adjust instrument channels for every song, making space for you and other musicians. In other words, customizable backing tracks. You can change keys, tempo and because you’re jamming with tracks, latency issues are bypassed.

Basic Tutorials

Jamzone – Learn, Play, Jam! [Video below]

Best Jamming Tool Ever? Check out Jamzone! [Video below]


Jam2jam Gray

An unconventional, interactive, cross-platform software for jamming and collaboration over the internet.

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Jam2jam Gray is unlike the former softwares in that it uses interactive sample grids for jamming. This does not utilize real instruments so it might not be a primary option for some, however, it does enable jamming with people over the internet and can be a great creative tool.

Basic Tutorials

Jam2jam Basics [Video below]

Jam2jam with Interactive Whiteboard [Video below]



A popular option amongst online jammers who want to play together, for Windows and macOS users!

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NINJAM follows the aforementioned approach to mitigating latency by having users jam measures behind, along with clock rate and metronome synching. It’s popular amongst jammers, especially with Reaper users. Their servers host other softwares like JamTaba.

Basic Tutorials

NINJAM Setup (Live online Jamming) [Video below]

NINJAM (Online Jamming Plugin) in REAPER [Video below]



A free app for Windows and macOS that can be used for online jamming and band rehearsal!

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A very simple, very effective software for jamming, with collaborative features. Some latency may occur. Unfortunately, their website appears to be dead and we had difficulty finding reviews to refer to! We linked the best site we could find to download the app, if interested!


Sofasession live session – real time online jamming [Video below]

What you need to get started with sofasession [Video below]

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