Jammit and Mobile In: The Ultimate Jammit Experience!

Line 6 and Jammit have partnered to create the ultimate guitar jam-along experience for iPhone® and iPad®. With the Line 6 Mobile In interface and Jammit app, you can immerse yourself in your favorite artists’ original recordings—and play along with incredibly authentic guitar tones.

How does it work?

When a Line 6 Mobile In is plugged into your iPad or iPhone, it unlocks the Line 6 amp modeling engine that is built in to the latest version of Jammit (v.2.2.0) which is available right now in the App Store.  Simply plug your guitar into the Mobile In, launch Jammit and load one of the songs in your library.  There are two ways to use the amp modeling in Jammit : Auto or Manual mode. 

Auto mode: On select songs (see the complete list of eligible songs below), patches have been created to automatically make your guitar sound like the guitar on the original recording. If the tone changes in the song, so does your guitar, so you can concentrate on playing your guitar, not your pedal board!

Manual mode: Press “manual” on the Line 6 user interface (selecting the Line 6 icon under the USER channel title), and scroll through the available preset patches. In manual mode, the sound patch that you select will remain throughout the song.

Can I create my own patches and use them in Jammit?

Yes you can, but you’ll need to have your Mail program set up. Let me explain: With the purchase of the Line 6 Mobile In, you can use the Line 6 Mobile POD app (Free download).  This app allows you to create your own custom patches, and email them out of the iPad or iPhone.  Email the patch to yourself and when you receive it in your inbox, you’ll have the opportunity to save the .L6T file to your Jammit app. Then this patch will show up in the patch carousel in the Line 6 user interface window when manual mode is selected.

 

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