JAM 96k for iOS and Mac

Professional guitar interface for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch & Mac

SRP £129.00 inc VAT

Digital Guitar Interface for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch & Mac

Capture the warmth and richness of your guitar’s tone with digital purity using one simple ‘take-anywhere’ device, Apogee JAM 96k. JAM 96k delivers your next great performance to your iPhone, iPad or Mac whether you’re at home, on-the-go, or in the most advanced recording studio.


Made for GarageBand & Logic, works with any app

JAM 96k is built for GarageBand and Logic Pro. Its special circuitry is optimised to make the amps and effects in any guitar or music creation app sound their best. For the beginner or the most seasoned guitar player, JAM delivers inspiring tone for practicing, recording or just jamming.


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  • Connect electric guitar or bass to iOS devices and Mac
  • Studio-quality you can take anywhere
  • Direct digital connection for up to 96kHz / 24-bit high-definition recording
  • Discrete, Class A input delivers punchy, tube amp tone
  • Apogee’s PureDIGITAL circuit design eliminates signal noise
  • No setup required, just plug in and play
  • Powered by iOS device or Mac (no batteries or ext. power required)
  • Dial-in the perfect level with gain wheel and multicolour LED meter
  • Works with GarageBand, Logic, and all Core Audio compatible applications
iOS
iOSiOS version: 6.1 and later
iOS Device Compatibility
iPod touchiPod touch (5th gen.)
iPhone 6iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus
iPhone 5iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5
iPhone 4iPhone 4s, iPhone 4
iPad AiriPad Air 2, iPad Air
iPadiPad (4th gen.), iPad (3rd gen.), iPad 2
iPad miniiPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad mini
Mac OS
MacMac, with an Intel processor
Mac OS version10.7.5 or later
Memory1 GB minimum of installed RAM, 2 GB recommended
Connection and powerAny available USB port on a Mac
Compatible Software
MacGarageBand, Logic Pro, MainStage, Pro Tools (v. 9 or higher) or any Core Audio compatible application
In the box
In the boxJAM 96k, Lightning cable, USB cable, Quick Start guide