Ninja Jamm App by Ninja Tune
I’m seeing a lot music apps lately that have amazing potential but this one has a uniqueness to it thats built in. Soo happy to see a label like Ninja Tune grab the bull by the horns and drive deep into the musical making experience, my only worry is that it gives the younger generation the mindset that they might own a song that they made with other artists samples, just sayin’.
head over to createdigitalmusic for a great Q&A about the app.
When’s the launch?
Today! April 11th, 2013
How much is the app?
It’s free to download and comes with 1 free tunepack (Beats and Pieces 3). You can purchase single tunepacks for a launch price of £0.69/$0.99, or “EPs” of 4 tunepacks for £1.99.
What tunes and artists will be included at launch?
Coldcut – Beats and Pieces 3 (comes free with the app)
Mr Scruff – Wobble Control
DJ Food – Dark Lady
Coldcut x Hex – Timber (Seiji Remix)
Two Fingers (Amon Tobin) – Fools
Bonobo – Eyes Down
Falty DL – Atlantis
Martyn – Masks
Starkey – Blood Roses
2 Comments Leave A Comment
grey says:April 11, 2013 at 1:20 pm
When you give someone tools to create their works works with your material, you ARE giving them a creative stake in your work: what is a remix after all? If you create a tool like this you need to understand the implications, and that doesn’t seem like something Ninja Tune is afraid of.
Matt Black says:April 14, 2013 at 3:12 pm
we always wanted to make our music interactive…the whole point about being a DJ was being a prototype interactive music user! we think people will understand being given rights to do a remix without that meaning they own the song and its components. I made a stab at terms for this, see ninjajamm.com/conditions
and would love to know if yall think that is clear.
thanks for your support of Ninja Tune and our app