August 1, 2004
SoundTrek has announced Jammer Professional Version 5.0 for Windows,
designed for songwriters, recording artists and music producers, featuring
a 256 track MIDI sequencer for recording, editing, and arranging, with built
musicians” for automatically creating drums, bass and rhythm tracks. At the
heart of Jammer Pro 5 is the all new “Real Feel” composition engine. By analyzing
and compiling the tonality and dynamics of live MIDI recordings, Jammer is
able to compose original music that captures the feel of your playing, according
to the company.
Jammer automatically creates everything from drum beats and original bass
lines to full arrangements of drums, bass, keyboards, guitars, strings, brass,
and more, all under your control. Put yourself in the producer's chair in Jammer's
256 track studio and start creating music. Includes over 190 New “Real Feel” Band
Style files, 200 assorted intros, grooves, breaks, and endings in a variety
of styles, plus 50 assorted drum styles, automatic 6 part harmony composer,
assorted song templates and demos songs.
Jammer Pro 5 has a completely new 32-bit graphic user interface, a multiple
document song interface, and full support for Windows 9x, 2000 and XP. Other
new features include “Cut and Paste” from one song to another, “Enter Chords” and “Set
Punch In/Out” anywhere in a Song measure (8ths, 16ths, 32nds etc.). Also the
ability to “Split and Combine Tracks” is now available version 5.
A host of new editing features were also added in Version 5.0. A new “Musician
and Band Style editor”, a “Graphic Chord Voicing editor”, a “Graphic Riff editor” and “Multiple
Level Undo” all add to the editing power of Jammer Pro 5.
System requirements are a PC Compatible running Windows 9x, 2000, or XP, 80
MB free hard disk space, and a Windows compatible sound card or MIDI Interface.
Jammer Professional has a suggested retail price of $129.00. Additional band
and drum styles are available for Jammer direct from SoundTrek for $29.95.
A full working demo of Jammer is also available for download from the SoundTrek
For more information, visit their web site at www.soundtrek.com