Chose the right sounds for your tracks
- Pristine 24-bit recordings with 3 pickups
- Sustains, palm mutes, powerchords
- Powerchord mutes, staccato, snaps
- Harmonics, tremolo, tremolo slides
- Hammer-on/pull-off, portamento slides
- Fingered, whammy, and emulated vibrato
- Unpitched & pitched release noises
- Rakes, muted chokes, DI line noise
- Over 30 new & custom cabinet IRs
- Multiple demo MIDIS / projects included
- Cutting edge virtual guitarist engine
- Beautiful, expanded UI for easier editing
- New POLY INPUT feature for realistic chords
- Multiple fret & string voicing algorithms
- New STRUMMING tab for custom rhythm parts
- CONSOLE: Modular rack & mixer w/ 30+ FX
- Includes TACT 2.0 for articulation mapping
- 39 production-ready CONSOLE tone snapshots
- KONTAKT PLAYER version 5.7 or higher
- 9GB disk space
- 6GB RAM
- Your system must also meet the requirements for version 5.7 of Kontakt Player. If you cannot run that version, you will not be able to load the Kontakt instrument.
- 600+ unique sound sources
- Modern cinematic FX: impacts, risers, transitions
- Sweeps, drops, reverses and textures
- Deep multisampled synth basses
- Kicks, snares, thips, slams, splashes
- Crashes, percussion, and tonal elements
- ALL original content, NO drum machines
- Dozens of preset drum kits
- All drums + FX provided as unlocked WAV
- 32 channel drum & FX mixer
- FX rack with one-click results
- Mix, match and create custom kits
- Bass synth with 8 FX modules
- Bass sequencer for motion + rhythm
- Easy sound browsing and tweaks
- Adjustable tuning and envelopes
- KONTAKT PLAYER compatible
- 4.5GB disk space
- KONTAKT or KONTAKT PLAYER version 5.1 or higher
- 4GB of RAM recommended
- 7200 RPM hard drive drive recommended
Learn. Practice. Explore.
A beginner’s learning plan
You’ll learn to navigate Ableton Live’s interface, use instruments and devices, create effects and sound design, establish your own workflow, and more.
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With our composition course that consists of video lessons, interactive practices, and hands-on examples, you will learn how to understand the inner works of music, see and use the dynamics between harmony and melody, and record tracks with Jammy in a DAW.
What musicians think about Jammy
I’ve tried multiple guitar-to-MIDI converters and found them unusable because of the latency — it takes at least one full period of the fundamental frequency oscillation to recognize the pitch.
Jammy doesn’t have the latency issue — it knows the note you want to play before you even pick it.
The Jammy is such an intuitive instrument for guitarists and bassists who want to program keyboard parts without learning keyboard.
I use it all the time to input arpeggios and parts that would take me forever with a mouse, it’s also so easy to pack I can take it on the road with my laptop and keep working wherever we end up.
Jammy at first was kind of replacing some of the guitar stuff that I was doing, but increasingly it became a thing of its own. As a MIDI controller, it opens up a lot of possibilities.
I use it to play a lot of melodic lines in Ableton Live with the Middle Eastern instruments like oud and duduk. I also use it to play synths.
Inside the Jammy Guitar