Hal Leonard has inked a deal with JamHub Corp. to exclusively distribute their systems and accessories to the US MI trade beginning on October 1st. Hal Leonard Senior VP of Sales Doug Lady reached the agreement with JamHub President and CEO Steve Skillings.
JamHub’s BandLab is a shared cloud recording studio, designed to streamline the process of collaboration for musicians around the world with secure, plentiful storage for multitrack recordings and the ability to upload, edit, mix, and leave feedback from any device, such as laptops, tablets, or mobile phones. The BandLab software breaks through the bottleneck of traditional single computer home recording, giving bands the freedom to collaborate in new and exciting ways.
Winners of the inaugural Music Teacher Awards for Excellence were announced on March 20, 2013. The awards were created by Rhinegold Publishing and Music Teacher magazine to celebrate excellence in the UK's music education sector and to recognize the projects, organizations and products that are contributing the most to the development of music education in the UK.
JamHub would like to congratulate Dan Jones of Mix Music Education on being awarded Best Digital Or Technological Resource.
JamHub is now working with music teachers and international manufacturers to build out an entirely new content base, starting with JamCamp365 and moving on to videos, ebooks, posters, and booth presentations at Summer NAMM 2013 by experienced educators with support from Yamaha, Hal Leonard, D’Addario, Zildjian, and more.
JamHub studios are unique mixer products that allow musicians to plug in and rehearse, record, or perform with independently controlled headphone mixes. This unparalleled control makes band practice more productive, and gives modern music education programs the ability to offer virtually silent rehearsals.
The JamHub Tracker MT16 will allow musicians to make CD-quality multitrack files of their live performances. This portable, rugged hardware solution is designed to make capturing live tracks easy, and can also upload files wirelessly to the cloud for convenient mixing and publication.