EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO SET UP AND USE EJAMMING 

CONNECTING YOUR GEAR:

          Setting eJamming Preferences

CLICK Audio Devices

SELECT your In Devices

SELECT your Default and System Output Devices

SET your Audio Input Sample Rate to 44.1kHz

SET your Audio Output Sample Rate to 44.1kHz

Then SET your audio hardware to sample at 44.1 kHz 

TO SET THE SAMPLE RATE ON A MAC

OPEN the Audio-MIDI Setup utility

(SEARCH for it with Spotlight);  

CLICK the Audio-MIDI Setup icon on your Mac

and Audio-MIDI Setup opens:​

On the AUDIO tab, set the following parameters:


Audio Input and Audio Output

​ The Audio Output Pair

Recording Bit Depth (24-bit is preferred)

Audio Input Mode and Mic Channel Selectors 

If you want to test your audio signal chain without having to create or join an eJamming Session, CLICK the TEST AUDIO button. [NOTE: Once you're in a session, TEST AUDIO won't do anything]

Sample Rate: 44.1 kHz

eJamming requires that your hardware is sampling audio at 44.1kHz (44,100 samples/second).


Sample Rate on Windows

If you’re on a Windows computer, you MUST install the latest low latency ASIO drivers for your hardware (which you can download from your hardware maker’s website) or download and install the universal ASIO4ALL driver from www.asio4all.org.  

[NOTE: On Windows, if you can not configure your hardware to sample at 44.1kHz, then you MUST download and install ASIO4ALL. 

You also minimize latency with ASIO.

See the ASIO and ASIO4ALL tab on Connecting Your Gear topic above for detailed instructions how to configure ASIO and ASIO4ALL to minimize latency by lowering the number of samples in an audio packet to 256]


Audio Input and Output Devices


Where is eJamming Preferences?  

        On Windows, you'll find it on the eJamming File menu.  

        On Mac OSX, it is on the eJamming AUDiiO menu.  

Once you've opened eJamming Preferences, CLICK the AUDIO tab (it's on the far left)