Jambé in Japan

We took Jambé to the Pit Inn in Shinjuku Tokyo Japan for an introductory demo.  Jambé was setup stand-alone and also as part of a drum kit, so drummers could see and feel how it performs.  It was a fun and exciting evening with a lot of good times.  Here is a short video of the event:

Jambé at NAMM 2016

NAMM 2016 started off with a press media event, where Jambé was ready to play.  Musicians and journalists tried their hands at Jambé with our new SPX sound engine, and walked away with enormous smiles!  Everyone was excited to get their hands on a Jambé.  If you’re around the NAMM 2016 show, drop by the Jambé booth E1088.

Happy New Year – See you at NAMM 2016

We’re really excited by the evolving Jambé software and hope to get you all a preview very soon.  New software, new sounds, and a New Year!  2016 is going to be a great year. Come visit us at NAMM 2016 – January 21-24, Anaheim, California We’ll be in booth 1088 at the 2016 NAMM show, so be sure to drop by to see and play Jambé.  We’ll even have updates on some of the musician Read more…

Getting Jambé ready

Spring and Summer 2015 has seen our development team busy with getting Jambé ready for our first production run.  The first item we needed to sort out was what color of wood to make for the first run.  Internally, the Jambé staff is evenly split between the light wood and the dark wood shells.  We ran a poll with our Kickstarter buyers, and the results were also evenly split !   That didn’t make our job Read more…

Some Jambé questions answered

We’ve been fielding a lot of questions about the Jambé over the past several months.  The biggest question that people have is what exactly is the Jambé and how does it compare to other electronic drums. Jambé is an electronic drum in a thin drum sized shell.  That means Jambé fits onto standard drum stands and fits into standard drum cases and bags.  Jambé is routed out of a single piece of American manufactured wood, called ApplePly.  This makes Jambé very Read more…

What it’s like to play Jambé

Jambé is very easy to use and play.  Here is a picture of Nicole K. jamming with Daniel Berkman.  This was after only 10 minutes of playing the Jambé, with NO instructions and NO guidance.  We just let her explore the instrument, and the results were amazing. This definitely shows the ease of use that iOS brings to a musical instrument.  Almost everyone is familiar with the touch interface, and our app follows Apple guidlines, Read more…