I do not know about you, but I got tired of zoom, platforms promising to be a better zoom alternative and all that’s in between…
If you also teach music online, I think you get my point.
I changed my mind when Mike grande, founder of RockOutLoud reached out to me personally in an email. He then took the time to explain to me how the platform works. I was expecting the usual salesy talk, but it turned out to be an insightful discussion of the technology behind the functionalities of the platform.
As you will see in the video, we were able to play a duet together. Yes, we both had a great internet connection, but then he also explained that if your student’s connection is poor, RockOutLoud will reduce the video quality, not the audio quality.
Zoom and Skype are video first platforms instead. Should there be connection problems, the audio quality will be reduced instead of the video.
Potential connection problems aside, the full duplex functionality of RockOutLoud enables 2 users to talk over each other. Or play duets if you want to be musical instead of rude 🙂