This page contains selections from jam sessions recorded through the wonders of NINJAM, the intervalic real-time online jam software. Most jams take place on the servers at ninbot and Ninjamer. Both servers have robotic listeners that capture jam sessions and archive the results to The Internet Archive. Jams are also streamed live over Icecast2 (ninbot - stream URL links work; ninjamer - stream URLs need manually entering or use the M3U links). The ninbot site provides a limited facility for editing captured jams.
The ninbot site has a nice user interface for playing tracks, which is where the links go in the list below, except where I have had to edit the session locally. In this case, the files are held either at SoundCloud (not many) or at my hosting provider and, in this latter case, there is an in-line HTML5 player provided. (You can still right-click the link to get to the "raw" MP3.)
More recent sessions will appear at the top of this page - check back from time to time (or subscribe to the RSS feed...).
The original works from NINJAM and Ninbot are licensed under the Attribution, Noncommercial, Share Alike Creative Commons License v2.5.
The original works from Ninjamer are licensed under the Attribution, Noncommercial, Share Alike Creative Commons License v3.0.
My derived works hosted on ninbot (i.e. "Edits"), SoundCloud and GoDaddy are licensed under the Attribution, Noncommercial, Share Alike Creative Commons License v3.0.
Jam list last updated: Not available.
PHP script last updated: Not available.
Web page updated: 11 September 2016.
How out of date did the feed links need to be?
8 March 2014: Clarified licensing position.
10 January 2014: In-line player toggling now works as intended and fix for seeking in Chromium. Minor layout tweak to player size.
5 January 2014: Refactor GoDaddy-based tracks so the in-line player does not replace the M3U stream.
5 January 2014: Also took the opportunity to review all the JS, PHP and HTML code.
Converted to HTML5 (ooooh).
Deleted (pointless) Facebook page.
Add support for GoDaddy-hosted tracks.
Add support for Ninjamer-hosted tracks and remove note about scarcity.
Add support for my SoundCloud-hosted tracks.
Add note explaining scarcity of new jams.
31 May 2011: PHP changed to support ninjam move to archive.org servers.
Ported over to jQuery/AJAX.