Rush: 'Tom Sawyer' Available On Jammit

Rush continues its partnership with Jammit to bring you a whole new way to experience "2112", "Limelight", "YYZ" and "Tom Sawyer".

Rush: 'Tom Sawyer' Available On Jammit
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According to Blabbermouth.net, Rush continues its partnership with Jammit to bring you a whole new way to experience "2112", "Limelight", "YYZ" and "Tom Sawyer". Jammit gives you access to the original Rush multi-track masters, with instrument-specific versions available for drums, bass, guitar and vocals, with the precise notation and tablature. In addition to being an exceptional learning tool, each Rush song can be analyzed by isolating the individual instruments from the rest of the mix, slowing down the speed (without changing the pitch) and looping difficult sections. Most music over the last 50 years was recorded to a multi-track format, allowing individual volume control over each instrument in the band. Those tracks are blended together into the mix that we've all become very familiar with over the years. Jammit has partnered with Rush to give you access to those separate elements of classic Rush songs so you can hear every nuance of Geddy Lee's bass and vocals, Neil Peart's drums, and Alex Lifeson's guitar performances. Jammit also gives you synchronized notation and tab, section looping, variable slow mode and a performance recorder so you can interact with "2112", "Limelight", "YYZ" and now "Tom Sawyer" in ways that were not possible... until now. Travel back in time to when these classic Rush songs were born, and experience Rush like you have never before! For more information, visit www.jammit.com.

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    Soundservant
    This is such a great idea. Increase the database and drop the prices and this'll be massive.
    FreddieMercury
    I don't understand why bands don't release more master tracks. If i could get a Bass only version of the new Time Machine live show i would be in glory.