Apogee's newest Jam user interface has an integrated analog compressor

Apogee's newest Jam user interface has an integrated analog compressor You can hook the JamX up to a Home windows PC, Mac or iOS device.

Apogee's newest Jam user interface has an integrated analog compressor


Apogee is back with a brand-new variation of its Jam adapter that you could use to hook a music tool up for your computer system or tablet computer. The JamX is the newest version of the peripheral, which the company debuted in 2010. The greatest change this time around about is the intro of an integrated analog compressor.


It comes with 3 presets with differing degrees of compression to assist you form your tone. Apogee says the compressor will include sustain and balance out your characteristics. Although you most likely will not have the ability to remove the compression after tape-taping, Jam devices aren't exactly tailored towards professional use. They're more about assisting you practice or lay down ideas quickly. The analog compression should aid keeping that while maintaining the quantity of your track fairly stable.


Apogee is also promoting JamX's Mix setting. It says this will permit enthusiasts to record tracks with no latency. If you prefer not to use the setting, you will have the ability to switch Mix off easily enough. Moreover, the company claims that JamX boosts sound playback, many thanks to example prices of up to 96 kHz.


The JamX comes with Ableton Live Lite and it works with guitars, key-boards, synths and any acoustic tool that has pick-ups. You can connect it to a Home windows PC, Mac or iOS device. The user interface works with any sound tape-taping application, Apogee says.


The JamX is available beginning today at Apogee dealers. It costs $199, which is $20 greater than the previous model, Jam+.

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