The Zup's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
I play bass guitar, and bought this so that I could practice the bass when I travel, and when I need to not wake up other people in the house. I use the Jam mode, along with an Apogee Jam to feed the sound of the bass into my iPad, and then plug headphones into the iPad. As long as you take care not to overdrive it, it works great. It allows me to practice for a gig when I don't have an amp set up. I love it. I do not use many of the effects, so cannot speak to that.
Ipodtouch/iPhone helpp1113's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
I bought this assuming I would have a pretty good variety of amps/ effects but you only get 6 amps and they all sound the same, if you want more for your money I would suggest Amplitube even the free app gives you 8 free amps.dissapointing
Does not Excel's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
When Positive Grid first came out, the programs worked. They also sold the adaptor to allow the hook up of your guitar to your ios device. Those are still shown on Positive Grid pages....but have not been made for quite a while. Positive Grid seems focused on their amps rather than their apps. In a nutshell...they over promise, and under deliver
Yuri-K's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
I liked the app, but after iOS update it doesn’t recognize my audio interface (apogee jam)
zsetyutgu's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
I was led to believe this app would play music that I could jam with. There is no music in it. It has two pull existing music off of the iPad or iTunes. This is useless. I could play along with my own music 20 years ago on a boom box. I want a refund.
Edits pix's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
I was using your app for about 6mnths with my bass guitar, then it started distorting. I got a new phone, and the app still is not working properly for bass guitar. I’ve checked all levels on sound board I’m running it through, checking all levels on the app to make sure I’m not clipping, and it’s still playing distorted. Hoping the issue gets resolved soon. I was really enjoying the app until it stopped working right for me
Jnevescox's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
Love the app but you guys need to add a ring modulator or the Moogerfooger like you have in Bias FX!
GRUNGESTRAT's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
I have been using this app for years and I love it. But this is the only recorder I have, and I’m sick of making AWESOME songs and losing them!!!!!!! The recorder just erases stuff even after you’ve saved it! HELP!!!
Endless Nameless's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
This app is an all-in-one app, that surprised me a LOT! I'm using an iRig HD and this, and a homemade BT pedal, for switching pedals or presets. This is pretty much all you'll ever need, playing guitar in a fast and portable fashion. Every single effect is perfect, and the option to place them in any order, gives you the ability to create any tone you can think of. You do get what you pay for, on this app. If you're only using the free stuff, then you're gonna be limited as to how good it can sound. Trust me, buying the in-app upgrades will be money well spent. You're going to need an interface, of course, and a Bluetooth foot-switch controller, to be able to change setups while playing. This JamUp app works with airturn or MIDI control pedals. You could even rig a keyboard, with foot-switches, and use switch control, in iOS settings. Enjoy, --brad
Gitarzz's Review of Jamup ProReviewed on 12/19/18 1:31 PM
I wrote a review for this long ago when it was the only app Positive Grid had out. Since it is still available on the App Store I thought I should re-write it considering how much iOS music has evolved. Of course, if you know about this app you probably know about BiasAmp or BiasFX. There are a lot of people who will say BiasAmp is the best on iOS. I think that would be subjective but for many, that’s the fact. My personal opinion is that JamUp Pro is better for one reason. In my opinion, more choice is not better sound. Sure, you can customize amplifiers and that kind of thing in BiasAmp, and if that’s what you really want, your new amps still work with JamUp Pro. I would spend hours tweaking an amplifier in BiasAmp trying to come up with my “signature” tone only to open it up a week later to find I hated it. The beauty of JamUp Pro Is it’s just like a guitar amp. Plug-in and play. All the great amps have already been made and these ones all sound great without getting inside and changing the tubes or adjusting things like transformers and tone stacks. In my original review I kind of bashed on it for being mono. There were no stereo effects. There’s still not any stereo effects. But the way iOS has evolved for musicians you can add stereo effects to your signal chain before the recorder. Just run it through Audiobus or AUM as an input, add effects then send the signal into a recording app. This has the effect of recording a single mic’d amplifier with classic effects pedals then adding studio effects during mixing. I don’t know if it’s possible but I would really like to see this app become AUv3 compatible. This would make it possible for me to send a single guitar signal to two or more different amplifiers and record them all at the same time. I think I’m just dreaming though. So, closing, I STILL highly recommend this app. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️