My experience of eJamming Audio
Update: I am working with the CEO of eJamming to try to address some of the issues I encountered – Watch this space.
I found the sign up process a little too intrusive and cumbersome, even the verification email took about 5 minutes to come through.
There was no message stating I had been verified, after clicking on the email it just redirected me back to the download page.
The link to speedtest.net should really open in a new window – removing me from the website at a critical moment seems like a bad idea and th link to HTTP://PORTFORWARD.COM/EJAMMING/ isn’t clickable and it 404′s when types in the address bar & the port forwarding docs aren’t clear, but whos are? Ideally port forwarding wouldnt be required.
Initially the ASIO4ALL application broke all audio playback on my system, I had to fiddle with audio setings to get it work again.
The desktop app doesn’t fill the available space on screen which makes my widescreen monitors feel a bit wasted, also the File, preferences window didn’t even open on my main window (it opened else where) and just for fun the app dumped a .txt file and .xml file on my desktop. I feel like the preferences should be part of the main control bar and not hidden away.
Some sessions would let me in for a few seconds then drop me out not give an indication of why but what is worst is that most of the sessions just wouldnt allow me to connect at all.
Basically this service didn’t work for me. I wish it did because I love the idea and I hope they are able to fix all the bugs/issues because I think it could be great =) I emailed a link to this post to the support team in a bid to get things improved.