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February 27, 2011 • Gear Bits, Music Diary

Music Diary Quickie: Check Out JamBuddy – a Free Backing Track Website

Have you ever just wanted to jam along with a variety of backing tracks, but lacked the software (such as Apple’s GarageBand) to do so? Well, a new website called ‘JamBuddy’ offers a simple Javascript program that makes it easy to drop in some chords and adjust some settings and quickly get a backing track ready to play over for practice, inspiration, or just fun!

It is fairly limited, but for a free app it works very well and has decent flexibility. The image above shows about 10 seconds of effort on my part, yet it worked quite well for some quick improv. If you are an instrumentalist looking for a way to practice your soloing techniques, Jam-Buddy does a solid job … and the price is right!

Check it out at Jam-Buddy.com!

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