With a main interface that resembles your typical mixer, you can pick and choose which tracks you want to hear, as well as view the notation to learn your specific part. Tracks will be available for Guitar, bass, keys, vocals, and drums.
Here’s their description:
Jammit is the revolutionary play-along software that gives you access to the original multi-track recordings. For the first time, you can isolate the elements that you want to hear in your favorite recordings. Now you can learn to play them accurately with the aid of slow mode, phrase looping and digital transcriptions.
As a drummer who can read notation (but it’s been a while), this demo appeals to me:
Available for iOS devices in the coming months (sign up for announcement), do you think you can make use of Jammit? I wonder if the Christian music industry will jump on this? If so, I can see myself using this to teach parts/sectionals on an instrument that I can’t play. What about you?