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Jam for iPhone: Create Original Songs Regardless of Talent

Jam for iPhone: Create Original Songs Regardless of Talent

Jam for iPhone app allows users, even those with limited vocal ability, to create original songs to share with family and friends.

Everybody dreams of being a successful singer, or at least having a good singing voice, and there’s a new iPhone app called Jam that helps to make that dream a reality.

“Perfect for anyone who dreams of becoming a star but might not have the vocal ability, Jam allows users to create original songs that can then be shared with friends,” notes the developer team behind the app.

Using the Jam iPhone app is simple.

Users first select a musical style, of which there’s a variety to choose from: 80’s dance, club pop, crunk, dubstep, g funk, pop ballad, pop rock, punk rock, and reggae.

The next step is merely singing, talking, or rapping into your iPhone (or other compatible iOS device). Jam does the rest of the work.

“Jam will automatically detect and adjust the pitch, key and song structure to create a completely unique song ” no two tracks are ever the same!”

That’s what makes Jam so great. It doesn’t matter what kind of singer you are Jam will fix your voice to help match it to the song. Even the worst of singers out there will find their new songs at least palatable.

”Jam enables absolutely anyone to create original music, regardless of their musical abilities or experience, and best of all it only takes a few seconds!” says Joe Russell, General Manager of DreamWalk Interactive, the company behind the app.

Jam features include:

  • Original song creation in seconds!
  • Social sharing tools and built-in social network for following artists and “liking” songs
  • Unlockable musical style packs
  • Virtual royalties and award badges
  • Four unique record labels to sign the best “Jammers”

Jam users can also publish their newly created songs to an in-app Jam charts and invite their friends to listen via social networking sites Facebook and Twitter.

So what do you think? Is Jam enough to make you want to “jam?”

Stay tuned.

jared[email protected] | @jaredmoya

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Jared Moya
I've been interested in P2P since the early, high-flying days of Napster and KaZaA. I believe that analog copyright laws are ill-suited to the digital age, and that art and culture shouldn't be subject to the whims of international entertainment industry conglomerates. Twitter | Google Plus


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