Jam 96k for iOS & Mac (new)

$129.00

$129.00

Digital Guitar Interface for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch & Mac

Capture the warmth and richness of your guitar’s tone with digital purity using one simple ‘take-anywhere’ device, Apogee JAM 96k. JAM 96k delivers your next great performance to your iPhone, iPad or Mac whether you’re at home, on-the-go, or in the most advanced recording studio.

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  1. 5 out of 5 I would buy again!

    “I used this interface on my macbook pro while deployed to afghanistan. It held up and did a fantastic job the whole year.” Nick

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  2. 5 out of 5 Would recommend

    “If you have a guitar and a tablet, you gotta get one.” Gary Zeis

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  3. 5 out of 5 Works Awesome!

    “This thing works great! As easy as plug and play gets. Through Garage Band get any guitar sounds you want. Also with the vast amounts of other instruments in garage band making songs is a breeze. Works with my mic also. A very affordable way to get your music recorded and out there!” Barbara Williams

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  4. 5 out of 5 Great for recording, practicing, experimenting, and travel!

    “This little device is a power house! It’s so easy to use. You just plug it into your computer and your guitar and you are finished. There are so many cool ways to record and experiment with software these days, and it’s so awesome to have such a quality product available at a decent price! I also travel a lot and live abroad most of the year. SO when I don’t have access to an amp, I can grab this and play wherever I am with my computer and guitar! It’s great!” Bethany

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  5. 5 out of 5 Great fidelity for recording heart sounds too!

    “For medical education, I’ve been missing a way to digitally record heart sounds from my thinklabs stethoscope. as the iPhone audio input cuts off low frequencies, which are part of those sounds. The JAM has an excellent low frequency response, and combined easily with the peavey ampkit for recording.” TB from Mountain Top

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  6. 5 out of 5 A Great Companion for the Guitar or Bass

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    The Jam is about a lightweight a musical instrument interface as one could imagine and the picture of simplicity. It plugs into a Mac or IOS device and then into a guitar or bass. Fire up your software of choice and you are ready to play and record your work. Being the talentless hack that I am, practicing bass with headphones on is essential to harmony within the home. Using the Jam I can practice to my heart’s content and disturb no one. Sound wise the Jam is very transparent and low latency. The only trick to using it with a bass is to be sure to adjust the gain control on the side of the Jam so that you avoid signal clipping. In simple terms this just means adjust the wheel so the LED doesn’t turn red while you are playing. I keep the Jam and its cord in the bag with my headphones and it all makes for a very convenient package. Depending on the software you pair it with you can create all sorts of virtual amplifiers to shape the tone and character of your instrument. I also have an Apogee Duet connected to my desktop machine but more often than not find myself using the Jam because it is just so easy to manage.

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