Websites where musicians meet musiacians for dating or just

03 Aug

You can even record and broadcast your performances.

We tried Jam Kazam out for a jam with guitar and drums (both with broadband connected via an ethernet cable) and we had a lot of fun using our onboard plugins such as Ampli Tube with it.

Its USP is its simplicity: you just enter your favourite music, and it puts you in touch with people in your area who like the same thing.

“A lot of dating sites are boring,” says co-founder Alex Parish, a web developer and part-time musician. But with Tastebuds you have this easy route in.” Launched in summer 2010, the site now has 10,000 users, though Parish says he doesn’t know how many of those people – if any – have gone on actual dates after meeting on Tastebuds.

These days no-one thinks you’re some kind of whey-faced spod just because you met your girlfriend on Guardian Soulmates.

But still, you can see the appeal, especially as online dating has lost some of its stigma.

They take the social sting out of meeting strangers.

You'll always come second No matter what plans you make, a rehearsal will overrun or someone will pull out of a concert at the last minute.

Same goes for consoling after failed auditions, bum notes and tripping over on stage. Someone has to stay at home, and it'll be you International tours if they're in an orchestra, hours of travelling to far-flung places if they're a soloist…

There’s thousands of ads so it's a good place to start.

Join My Band A lot of people now think of Gumtree first when they think of advertising online.