Do you ever bring the Jamstik into your DAW to begin songwriting and hit a bit of a roadblock coming up with fresh ideas from scratch? Getting into a songwriting workflow doesn't always come naturally, but there are some incredible tools out there to help make your life easier and spark some fresh creativity.
For those of you not already familiar, Captain Plugins are MIDI AU/VST plugins from the team at Mixed In Key. We recently checked out the Captain Plugins from Mixed In Key to see how it helps with a songwriting workflow with the Jamstik.
The newest Jamstik, the Studio, is a full-size, MIDI-capable electric guitar allowing producer-guitarists to create seamlessly in DAWs & music apps. Pre-order available soon—join the email waitlist to reserve your spot.
In 2016, Apple introduced a new interface into GarageBand for iOS, called Live Loops. Live Loops gives users more of a pattern or clip based method for making music. In this tutorial, we'll show you how to get started with the app using the Jamstik.
We've teamed up again with our Minneapolis neighbors, Woodchuck USA, to create custom, real wood guitar stands for the Jamstik Smart Guitars! The stands work for ANY generation of the Jamstik product line and are available in three different finishes—including Walnut, Mahogany, and Birch.
Instagram is our go-to network for inspiration, entertainment, and interaction. In this blog post, we'll introduce you to some of our favorite accounts and communities on Instagram, hashtags to engage with and follow, and a few tips and tricks for growing your network and getting your music out there!
Zivix concluded our successful Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign yesterday, having raised over $500,000 for the new Jamstik Smart Guitars. You can still pre-order the new models through Indiegogo InDemand, with the Jamstik 7 available for $199, and the Jamstik 12 available for $379.
We recently surpassed our Crowdfunding goal on Indiegogo, and to share in that success Zivix will be donating 2% of total funds raised during the campaign to The NAMM Foundation's Bill Collings Memorial Fund!