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Monday July 23, 2018

For the first time ever, looping in a live context with your band without MIDI sync is easy and intuitive.

Featuring our new BeatSense algorithm, Ditto Jam listens to your rhythm section and synchronizes the loop track to your tempo, keeping things nice and tight while you rip that extended solo - all with uncompromised sound quality.

Free yourself from MIDI clocks or click tracks and start looping when creativity strikes - on stage with your band, hitting the groove and riffing it out!

It's like having a back-up guitarist who never drifts in tempo, shows up for rehearsal, and works for free!

Speaking of rehearsal: Ditto Jam's Practice mode is the woodshedding tool of your dreams.

Speed up or slow down loops with tap tempo and sharpen your chops to katana-edged perfection thanks to the time-stretching power of BeatSense.

Learn more!

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