Has Anyone Seen Or Tried One Of These!?, Jamhub
Chris Evans
May 1 2012, 02:54 PM
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Hey guys, been a while, I`ve been busy getting a rock duo together but starting to get more time back for myself biggrin.gif

anyways, at the moment for us rehearsals are not a problem apart from all the PA gear etc that we have to lug around and set up/breakdown, one rehearsal we got talking about if we couldnt practice where we do at the moment (which happens to be free and we can practice more or less when we want for as long as we want), what are other options?

of course, we could always go to rehearsal studios etc but they can get quite pricey, (our old one was £45 for 3 1/2 hours), or find a hall etc, but again, could have noise restrictions imposed etc etc.

so, doing some surfing on line I came accross this :

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Called a "Jamhub", for us as a duo using prerecorded drums, bass & keyboards this could be a really good solution, if your a full band unless your drummer has an electronic kit then I couldnt see much use, different models for different amounts of inputs, and could possibly be used in some form of "live" environment too I`d imagine?

I wondered, has anyone here seen this in action before or even had the chance to try or indeed use one for any purpose? would be very interested in hearing your opinions etc

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Alex Feather
May 1 2012, 04:44 PM
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What exactly this thing does??? Does it play backing tracks? I have never seen anything like that looks interesting smile.gif

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QUOTE (Alex Feather @ May 1 2012, 05:44 PM) *
What exactly this thing does??? Does it play backing tracks? I have never seen anything like that looks interesting smile.gif



Youtube has a lot of reviews of this product, here you have one:



For what they say, it's done primarily for practicing with your band, each of which have their own mix and the neighbors won't complaint rolleyes.gif

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Gabriel Leopardi
May 2 2012, 05:03 PM
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It's a really cool idea but it doesn't work for rock drummers unless they get a electronic drum. As you said you are a duo (I assume that without drums) this could work for you. However I think that you could do something similar with a small mixer that allows you to make two different phones mixes.

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Cosmin Lupu
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Dude! It looks like a spaceship tongue.gif I never heard about this thing!

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Chris Evans
May 9 2012, 01:54 PM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ May 2 2012, 04:03 PM) *
It's a really cool idea but it doesn't work for rock drummers unless they get a electronic drum. As you said you are a duo (I assume that without drums) this could work for you. However I think that you could do something similar with a small mixer that allows you to make two different phones mixes.


Actually yes! thats very true, hadnt thought about doing that, thanks! sometimes the answers are right under your nose! cool.gif




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Gabriel Leopardi
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QUOTE (Chris Evans @ May 9 2012, 09:54 AM) *
Actually yes! thats very true, hadnt thought about doing that, thanks! sometimes the answers are right under your nose! cool.gif


hahaha no problem mate! wink.gif

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