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JamGlue Gets Mixed Up

Jamglue is a great website for those who like to mash up their favourite tracks. It combines a fantastic remix application within a Social Networking environment. I’m a lot more impressed with this site than other remix sites I’ve seen from U-myx or Fireplayer. The remixer does a great job of replicationg an off-the-shelf software package. It allows you to upload your own tracks, add mixes from other users, include FX and save and share. But it’s the community aspect which makes this so much fun – you can share with friends and post new mixes to your profile.


For artistes and labels it offers a new and effective way to distribute tracks and allow fans to create a new mash-up or remix, lengthening the life of the track, building artiste awareness and anticipation of new material. It is a relatively easy process to register and upload remix parts for members to use. The community aspect allows you to place the remixes on your site. There are legal aspects which mean the commercialisation of the remixes is limited, but should not detract from the benefits of having your music within the Jamglue network.


About Neil

Neil Cartwright founded Million Media in 2006 with the aim to help people understand digital marketing and use it to their advantage. The vision hasn't changed but the technology has.

2 comments on “JamGlue Gets Mixed Up

  1. Rupert
    May 17, 2007

    How about our site which is in a similar space, in a mainstream, simple, fun kind of way? 🙂

  2. Divya
    May 17, 2007

    glad you love Jamglue! thanks for the great review – you have some excellent insights, and have hit the nail on the had as far as our goals and aspirations. Its really about giving bands a new way to engage their fans, and a way for fans to get involved in their music in an active, creative way! Looking forward to seeing you (and your readers!) on Jamglue – drop me line so I can check out your mixes.

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This entry was posted on May 17, 2007 by in artists, communities, marketing, music.
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