NAMM 2010 Best Tools for Schools: Jammit for iPhone

The 2010 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California offered music educators a unique opportunity to participate in the music industry convention featuring hundreds of instrument, accessory, and software manufacturers, publishers, dealers, and artists. For the first time ever, School Band & Orchestra, MMR’s sister magazine invited educators to walk the NAMM exhibit halls in search of the most useful products for use in the classroom and with student musicians. Teachers and school administrators in attendance filled out specially designed ballots indicating their top choices in 13 different categories. On Sunday, January 17th, a panel of five educators, along with SBO publisher Rick Kessel, presented the winners of the 2010 Best Tools for Schools.

Jammit app for iPhone OEm, Inc.’s Jammit is an iPhone application that takes original recordings of songs and formats them with synced notation for play-along use. It is also capable of isolating individual tracks, such as the guitar, bass, drums, or other instruments.

Jammit: The Ultimate Music Play Along Platform
Jammit is the ultimate digital music platform, allowing the user to isolate selected instrument tracks from the original artist recordings – no covers! Once you've learned the song, you can record your own version of it using Jammit.

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