Steve Pribyl and I just had a very successful live internet-based session on pipes and whistle using the free Jamkazam real-time music session platform:
Worked very well. We had about 29ms latency with the two of us playing, no problem at all playing together.
After that I had a session with Pete Strickler, Dirk Mewes, and Kevin Rumery in Denver. About 40ms max latency. Totally workable.
We’re looking for more audio tech savvy players to test in a larger group. Probably best if you close to Southern California to minimize latency.
You can find other open sessions to play in, or schedule your own sessions.
It’s a fairly technical platform and requires an Ethernet connection to your computer (Windows or Mac, no mobile support), and high speed internet. Also, you’ll need a low latency sound card, either external USB or internal PCI-e and be comfortable with adjusting the low level settings on the device if required.