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Old 05-25-2020, 11:20 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by harmand View Post
I suppose you are referring to "direct monitoring" or something like that, which can be enabled or not (and is inevitably "on", to some extent, when you play any acoustic instrument).
Anyway, it would be quite strange that I could NOT immediately hear what I'm playing with my own instrument.
I'm saying you should not be using any form of direct monitoring. You should only hear your signal through NINJAM. (You do need good isolation.) If hearing yourself (alone) playing through NINJAM doesn't sound as good as hearing yourself (alone) playing without NINJAM, then something's wrong in your set up.

NINJAM doesn't interfere with your own sound, once it's got to your computer. You must get that right.

I wasn't going backwards in the conversation to re-cover what's been discussed about how NINJAM works with others.
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