Tap into your creativity, produce hit songs from your iPhone

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Jambl (formerly known as Polyjamer) is an app that uses algo-rhythmic intuition to help you create awesome beats. You can jam with friends, share your creations, and the founder Gad is a pretty decent rapper 😎

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  • Lika Papillon
    Lika PapillonPapillon Productions

    It's so fun to make some dope beats together, even with small kids


    sometimes a bit chaos to delete the loops while playing to make a new loop

    Great Fun and inspirational for everybody, Finally an app you don't mind your kids play.They actually do use their creativity and its not just a simultation from the app. Easy handling so also my smaller nieces could join, and they actually made a banging hiphopbeat. Totally in love with this app, excited to see where this goes!

    Lika Papillon has used this product for one year.
  • Nail Valiyev
    Nail ValiyevCofounder | General Manager at SUP

    It is very much fun and you don't need to be a professional musician


    Perhaps early bugs?

    It is a great app for anyone who loves music.

    Nail Valiyev has used this product for one month.
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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
TBH, I thought I would hate the rap pitch. I was wrong. 💕 I'm a fan of music-making apps. My favorite discovery in the past year is Pacemaker. Downloading Polyjamer now.
Gad Baruch Hinkis
Gad Baruch HinkisMaker@gadhinkis · CEO/CPO JAMBL
@rrhoover Biggup for the LOVE! would you consider adding us to your music apps list??? https://www.producthunt.com/@rrh... rock on <3
Gad Baruch Hinkis
Gad Baruch HinkisMaker@gadhinkis · CEO/CPO JAMBL
Thank you for the support guys! I can tell you the product is really at its baby pikachu mode right now, we have so much amazing music tech to offer down the road :D Someone asked me how i came up with the Polyjamer technique... So the story is i have been rapping, performing and producing music since 2001. I was always jealous of my friends that could play guitar or drums because they could invent new music live as they were playing their instrument. I set on a journey to find a way to produce music as intuitively and fast as possible, from my head through my hands to peoples ears all in the same moment. I have been experimenting and developing my own techniques as everything in the market was expensive and boring. I used my tools in my live shows with my Elctro-swing band @DirtyHonkers (what what!). When i made the first prototype of the Polyjamer music Algo-Rhythm, i used the trackpad on my macbook, i think i might have played with it for 2 hours straight without noticing the time pass, my mind went into a place i love, a state of flow. A year later i invited friends to a birthday/pizza jam session, we had 4 devices running sounds from Ableton. We played and improvised for 3 hours without stopping (except for pizza). The experience was slightly mind altering, Oxytocin levels were through the roof. That was all the validation i needed. I want to open this door to all the people in the world, and show that musical experience is for everyone! Thanks again <3 Gad
Leo Baecker
Leo Baecker@leo_bqecker · 👨‍💻 hyperping.io - ✨ hyperpixel.io
Holy this flow
Loch Wansbrough‏
Loch Wansbrough‏@lwansbrough · Software Dev @TrackerNetwork
This is pretty neat. I love seeing new perspectives on music creation. Modern DAWs provide complexity ad infinitum, which isn’t a bad thing in and of itself, but seeing new ways to introduce people to music creation is always exciting. One thing I might recommend is improving the music in the demo. “Produce hit songs” is a bold claim and should be backed up with some proof showing something close to a hit song could be made with this. It doesn’t need to be as complicated, but simple beat making is a far cry from the complexity of a fully realized piece of music.
AbadesiHunter@abadesi · Head of Maker Outreach
Someone put this on my radar and I watched @gad_baruch_hinkis impressive pitch freestyle clip before playing with the app. I've toyed around with Logic before but never had the patience to persist and create an actual track. What's great about Polyjamer is that within a few seconds of playing with the app I had the beginnings of a rhythmic, complex beat. Felt pretty cool channelling my inner Pharrell, I look forward to trying the collaborative features. 😎