Software from new companies such as eJamming, WorkshopLive, and In the Chair can connect students and teachers in online groups or in solo sessions to record and edit music online. The growing number of homes with access to broadband internet service has helped fuel this emerging trend.

eJamming, a software application and online service that enables musicians to find, network, and play music online with one another in real time, facilitates music education, collaboration, and social networking over the internet, its authors say.

Using eJamming Studio 1.5, musicians can plug their MIDI-enabled digital instruments--keyboards, guitars, bass guitars,...

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