Endlesss live music collaboration app launches with Twitch livestream

Imogen Heap, KiNK and more will celebrate the launch with impromptu jams with founder Tim Exile.

Endlesss is launching its new live music collaboration app with a day-long celebration of impromptu jams with a stacked roster of special guests. The app is set to launch for iOS devices worldwide on Tuesday 31st March.

The launch party will be live-streamed on Bandsintown’s Twitch channel From 10am – 11pm BST. Special guests Matt Black, Imogen Heap, KiNK, Flux Pavilion and more will drop in throughout the day to chat and jam remotely with Endlesss’ creator, Tim Exile. The celebration also features performances from the top jammers of the Endlesss community.


Endlesss creator Tim Exile has a wealth of experience in musical performance software development and live performance, having worked with Native Instruments to create The Finger and The Mouth. He sums up Endlesss as “an app that lets you make music with your friends live from anywhere in the world.”

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Getting a session going is easy. Simply start a new jam on your device, share a ‘Google Hangouts’ style link with your friends and they automatically join your session.

The app itself packs some essential software instruments like drum machines and synthesizers, but lets users use their own acoustic or electronic instruments.

Endlesss keeps everything in the jam session tidy by syncing all devices to a global tempo. Jammers can first write a loop on their devices, before sending it out to the jam. The grid-based system keeps all loops in time with the global session, meaning no more accidental Trout Mask Replica covers. Check out the company’s demo:

 

For more information, visit endlesss.fm

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