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Jam Session

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JamSession.sit (1.19 MB)
MD5: 6d30f2448d5ca3d537c71bdf22acc510
For System 1 - 5 - System 7.0 - 7.6
This app works with: Basilisk II, Mini vMac

See the developer's own website: Super Studio Session, Jam Session

Studio Session is a 1986 software program for Macintosh computers, for music creation and playback. It was created by Macintosh and Newton pioneer Steve Capps and musician Ed Bogas. The program was published by Broderbund.

The software differed from other audio creation packages as it used 8-bit audio samples of real instruments rather than sounds generated by the Macintosh sound chip, as did packages such as MusicWorks and Deluxe Music Construction Set. It was capable of playing back 8 tracks simultaneously. There were two modes or screens, the authoring screen and the playback-only screen. In the authoring screen, the user entered notes on a staff with treble and bass clef using the mouse, and selecting the duration of the note with on-screen buttons or keyboard shortcuts. In the playback screen, an animated simulation of a VU-meter was displayed for each track.

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by IIGS_User - 2010, November 8 - 3:57pm

I love key-based musical instruments.