Jam Track Central Launches New Site With Metal Tracks
Jam Track Central is pleased to announce the launch of its brand new website. JTC invites metal guitarists everywhere to come and explore a host of new features with improved layout and navigation.
There are over 400 metal tracks to choose from featuring artists such as Andy James and Jeff Loomis, plus hundreds more tracks in other genres. You can check out the site and see membership pricing over here. The following press release was also issued:
"Selecting a track from the vast archive, members immediately see clear and accurate TAB and notation scrolling in perfect synchronisation with the audio and video recordings. A marker moves through the music display, and the note currently being played is highlighted with a different colour. Sections can be isolated and looped for intensive study, and the user can choose to view tablature, standard notation or both.
"Also, both the audio and video stream can be sped up or slowed down in real time while maintaining pitch. Guitarists can then practice effectively, gradually raising the speed as they gain fluency. You can seamlessly switch between full performances and backing tracks, and control what you see with the zoom functions. For the most precise analysis, Synthetic Mode allows you to hear a precise MIDI output of just the lead guitar."
Jonny Carpenter, Jam Track Central Manager, said "The new website layout, complete with new features and a new payment gateway, has been designed to make our customers experience even more enjoyable. It is now easier than ever to learn fantastic guitar techniques and solos from the impressive JTC artist roster, and to improve your playing ability what ever genre you are into."
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