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Jam Origin Midi Bass software

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by jasonmitsch, Jan 15, 2014.


  1. jasonmitsch

    jasonmitsch

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    http://jamorigin.com/products/midi-bass/


    I didn't see any other posts about this with a quick search.

    It's still beta & monophonic, but it looks promising based on the results of their midi-guitar. I'm going to give it a try tomorrow when I have more time. Just thought I'd share with the TB world because I know this is something that a lot of us have wanted in different capacities.
     
  2. SBsoundguy

    SBsoundguy

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    Here's the Guitar version. Pretty neat IMO.
     
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  3. jasonmitsch

    jasonmitsch

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    I ended up trying it back when I first made this post. Definitely needs a lot of work. Barely useable.
     
  4. SBsoundguy

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    Yup, I gave the beta test a try. Definitely feels like it's still in the Alpha stages.
     
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  6. jusplayinmybass

    jusplayinmybass

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    I have both the bass and guitar versions. It is impressive, especially the bass version considering it is a beta. They both perform comparable to my Yamaha G50 with a Roland GK3B. The guitar version tracks chords better than my hardware setup. The major drawback to both of them is they are processor intensive. I may have to switch to SSDs and Thunderbolt in order to really get them usable. But they are both very promising. I could see a bigger company buying Jam Origin and making this a feature of their DAW. Seems like something Apple would do.
     

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