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Jammit – There's An App For That

HOLLYWOOD (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Scott Humphrey is launching a music application this week that is claiming to change the way music is learned.

Jammit is the first music software offering musicians access to industry artists’ original multi-track master recordings.

The app will be unveiled at the Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco on Thursday, January 27th.

Created by music producer Scott Humphrey (Motley Crue, Rob Zombie, Ozzy Osbourne), Jammit gives music fans way to learn favorite artists’ tracks "as they were meant to be played," and is a "music edu-tainment revolution," according to the press release.

“Until now, there was always a level of uncertainty of how the original track was played,” said Humphrey. “Jammit offers musicians a unique combination of software features combined with isolated tracks from the original multi-track master recordings. Our ever expanding library features many of the top artists from the last four decades.”

Check out the demo:

A sampling of the vast Jammit library includes access to fan favorites such as Steve Vai, Rob Zombie, Nickelback, No Doubt, Marilyn Manson, Foreigner, Motley Crüe, Grateful Dead, Pantera and Alice Cooper among others.

Proprietary variable timing reference technology offers users access to features including:

-Isolation of individual instruments and vocals for pinpoint learning
-Synchronized scrolling notation and tablature
-Audio waveform displays for visual cues and navigation
-Looping and song section markers for detailed accuracy
-Performance recording and playback
-Slow playback mode that doesn’t affect the original pitch

By having the ability to isolate an individual instrument within a dense mix, a musician can hear the intricacies of an instrument, making it easier and more enjoyable to learn and emulate.  The scrolling digital notation and tablature makes it easy to reference and follow along with the audio. Users can practice in loop mode, mute the isolated track, jam along with the band track and record their own performance, according to the press release.

— Crystal Lynn Huntoon