It is possible these days to have many users connected across the world singing/chanting/playing musical instruments at the same moment in time, from points across the world.
How this can help devotees connect is left to your imagination.
The most easy system for such a "synchronised real time jamming" is available as open source software called NINJAM. You would require just two basic softwares to install on your system, REAPER and NINJAM, and then you can connect to servers that support upto 10 users, and once connected, users can hear the sounds from their devotee friends, and add their own sounds. The possibility of having such a virtual kirtan in realtime, and also simultaneously recording it, has amazed me. I am still trying to find friends who will be able to join up and play together online, this is better than chatting on any messengers.
The site for download info for REAPER and NINJAM is
and setup instructions are at
Let us try and see if this helps distant, musical minded devotees who live alone, to connect and perform some kirtans together over the internet!