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After five years of development, near-impossible licensing obstacles and an extended beta period that yielded three industry awards, the wait is finally over.

Jammit is one of the most significant developments in music education-technology, driving the next generation of musicians to a skill level of unmatched proportions, using none other than their favorite songs. Delivering a stunning user experience, Jammit users can virtually practice and perform in the recording studio with their favorite artists.  This revolutionary music education and performance platform uses the original multi-track master recordings in its rapidly growing catalog of available Jammit tracks.

Instrument-specific Jammit tracks are available for guitar, bass, drums, keyboard and vocals, allowing users to examine every nuance of a selected performance and then replace it with their own to effectively “join the band”. The Jammit time machine drops a musician or fan into their favorite band’s recording session to practice, perform and experience the magic that has formed the history of popular music from the mid-1960’s to present. Jammit has redefined and will continue to change musicians’ method of practicing, learning or just jamming by offering them this exclusive experience with artists like Rush, Mastodon, Slayer, Soundgarden, Maroon 5, The Jackson 5, Michael Bublé, Robbie Williams, Billy Joel, The Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Sublime, The Allman Brothers Band, The Grateful Dead, Yes and countless others. Such is the case with legendary metal act Lamb of God who partnered with Jammit to release their new album, Resolution on the multi-track Jammit platform.

See and hear how Jammit works with Rush’s classic “Limelight” below,

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