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#1 June 22, 2016 19:29:15

stefanha
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Reminder about civility - let's be nice to each other

Most of the time we have a good time with each other, whether jams go well or not. Being friendly to each other and tolerating different tastes, ability, and sound are important if we want to have a community that is welcoming and worth being part of.

If you are unhappy with someone in a public jam session and feel like insulting them or disrupting the jam, disconnect and start your own jam instead. Just walk away and relax. Soon you'll have a nice jam going again.

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#2 June 23, 2016 09:55:30

talertim
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Reminder about civility - let's be nice to each other

Good Words. It's a pity you have to mention this.



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#3 June 25, 2016 20:42:05

adi
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Reminder about civility - let's be nice to each other

stefanha
Most of the time we have a good time with each other,
i tried to find several jammers of my level to go in a private jam (and to avoid to ruin other jams) but no chance. perhaps musicians in my town prefer to practice alone. but online musicians are very very rare in the world, just few. regular jammers are even fewer, a lot of jammers just try and leave. so i am very happy with positive attitude of advanced musicians from jammr that play easy songs with me… they gave me the chance to feel like a band mate. thank you all.

and of course listening the recorded jam later is an unique feature on internet that helps to improve someone skills… so even when a jammer is not playing satisfactory the channel can be muted and the track eliminated at the remix to avoid animosities via chat…



I like ukulele, recorder, guitar, drum, piano (absolute beginner)

Edited adi (June 26, 2016 08:27:52)

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