Jammit adds a video recording and sharing tool
With its latest update, Jammit enables users to video capture their performances and share them on YouTube or Facebook.
Jammit platform allows musicians of all skill levels to isolate an instrument from the original master recording in order to learn individual parts for guitar, drum, bass, keyboards, or vocals and play along with their favorite bands.
With this new update, users of the app can video record their performances and share them on social media such as YouTube or Facebook.
Jammit update also adds two new features to improve and enhance the user experience, including a proprietary guitar tuner integrated into the software that automatically calibrates to the specific tuning each isolated track requires. Jammit advanced detection technology eliminates the “jumpy needle effect” (caused by pitch overtones) making tuning easier. In addition, the music platform now includes a selectable input pad for idevice users who record loudly, such as drummers.
This free update is available to all Jammit users for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac, and Windows platforms. Visit jammit.com for more details.
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