A new net­work for mu­si­cians!

Guitar Techniques - - Intro -

A new site for mu­si­cians called Meet & Jam has launched with the in­ten­tion of help­ing mu­si­cians to find and con­nect with each other. Mu­si­cians can put up profiles, list their in­flu­ences and in­stru­ments, post video and au­dio, and then con­nect with each other. The videos mean you can have a good look at an­other mu­si­cian’s level and style be­fore you con­tact them - sav­ing time and em­bar­rass­ment in the stu­dio.

The site is for all gen­res and lev­els of abil­ity. There are pro­fes­sional drum­mers on the site, look­ing for a new band, as well as en­thu­si­as­tic am­a­teurs look­ing to play more. There are singer-song­writ­ers, vi­o­lin­ists, trom­bon­ists, pi­anists, death metal gui­tarists, vo­cal­ists, rap­pers... all want­ing to meet and jam.

The free clas­si­fied ads are a chance for bands and mu­si­cians to con­nect; but also the per­fect place for mu­sic teach­ers and stu­dents to get to­gether. It’s a great place to get no­ticed. Put up a pro­file (it doesn’t mat­ter if you’re an en­gi­neer, a gui­tarist, a pro­ducer or a vo­cal­ist) and you have a chance of be­ing found - not just by other mu­si­cians, or by bands look­ing for new mem­bers, but also by the in­dus­try.

Meet & Jam is also an on­line book­ing sys­tem for re­hearsal and record­ing stu­dios. Bands and mu­si­cians can browse through dozens of UK stu­dios, view their rooms and kit, and then book on­line if they so choose.

Visit https://mee­tand­jam.com for fur­ther in­for­ma­tion.

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