The present


I spend a few hours each week jamming live on the internet with anyone who happens to be around and can stand me! Some of it gets recorded, depending on the server and service. Ones I enjoy (and sound half-way okay) end up here for NINJAM or here for Jamulus.

"NINJAM? Jamulus?" you ask... You can read more about the first on the Cockos site and more about the second on its homepage. For Jamulus, you'll often find me on my own server or one of the public ones. Mine has recording enabled and I publish the (raw stream) recordings here.

sfz bits

sfz has its own index page.

Kontakt bits

Kontakt has its own index page, too.

Who am I?

Contact details and a little about me.

Editing TrapKAT Things

Another C# project was my TrapKAT Editor for .Net. It has subsequently be rewritten to be cross platform in Scala. jTrapKATEditor has its own site over on GitHub.

The past

Editing Sims Things

In addition to getting paid for programming, I also do it for a hobby. For a while (1995 to 2013), this was mostly in C# for Sims2 (SimPE) and Sims3 (sims3tools from Both are open source projects hosted on SourceForge (SimPE, sims3tools).

Muzys bits

SynthEdit bits

My sound input plug hack has its own page.

As does my semi-modular VA hack.

pljones' MP3s

There are a few MP3s over on SoundClick.

drealmBBS Yahoo group

drealm logo Click here for drealmBBS zigzag

My wife and I used to develop and run a *nix BBS. Click above to go to the "support" group for users.

The Dwarfen Realm Viewdata BBS

The Dwarfen Realm

I used to run a Viewdata BBS. Rob O'Donnell is running the "Celebrating the Viewdata Revolution" site where my BBS is accessible as it was as of the final back up (more or less), in Web format. Click the logo above to step back in time to 1990. He also hosts the legendary The Gnome at Home pages.

Valid XHTML 1.1! Valid CSS!

Last updated: 26 September 2021
No content changed but I went ahead and reacquired the domain.
1 May 2021: Updated link to AlternateMode forum topic for TrapKAT editors.
5 February 2021: Life moves on, priorities change. Page updated to reflect this.
22 April 2019: Generalise where I jam - it is not just NINJAM any more!
29 September 2018: Generalise when I jam - it is not just weekends any more!
2 April 2016: Oh, I rewrote the JSON jams page in AngularJS ages ago... And jTrapKATEditor is released.
7 June 2015: Add some meta tags.
12 July 2014: Promote TrapKAT editors, both .Net and JVM.
4 March 2014 Promote new "json" version of jamming page.
17 January 2013: Time for a spring clean. Old things are now clearly old.
4 April 2010: Might as well link the nice fancy new jamming page. On dino.
2 March 2010: And update Sims links. Drop the wap site as it's never there. Add links to Rob O'Donnells site.
9 September 2009: Make Kontakt page more visible...
21 January 2009: PHP jam page goes live
7 May 2008: Contact details moved, adding link to Jamming page.
2 January 2006: Soundclick moved.
6 September 2005: Added a mention of pjse and link to sourceforge.
20 March 2005: Mmm, no directory listings. Temporarily removed SynthEdit/ link while I sort it out.
19 March 2005: Minor tweak to 404 handler.
8 March 2005: Oops, now is prime site: reference to amended!
2 March 2005: Added link to DMX Muzys forum.
26 February 2005: Prime site now on domain, added about page, moved logo.
2 January 2005: New page content now W3C XHTML 1.1 compliant.
1 January 2005: New year, new page content.
27 December 2004: Minor tweak to layout.
21 September 2004: Amended URL for ns_kit.
7 August 2004: Added WAP site address.
4 July 2004: Added links to soundclick and ns_kit samples.