If you want to play better... Hear Better
JamHub Studios let you control the sound with up to seven unique mixing sections. You’ll hear every note with incredible analog clarity, and thanks to the JamHub Studios’ unique silent rehearsal capabilities, you’ll never get shut down by another angry call from the neighbors.
Each musician has their own section to play in. Set your own mic and instrument levels, then start tweaking. Turn up the bass, drop the keys, and find your groove. Everyone dials in their own custom mix, making it easier to hear, easier to learn, and easier to get lost in the music.
Full stereo inputs mean lush, vibrant soundscapes, greater depth of tone, and a more dynamic, stage-like experience. It’s all in the physics. Stereo works with your ears, giving you a more natural sound, with greater clarity and less fatigue, so you get the most out of every jam.
Get your tone on your terms. JamHub Studios faithfully deliver exactly what you put in, without altering or shaping your sound, giving you the freedom of unlimited possibilities, whether you’re taking a direct line from your amplifier, keyboard, or kit, or using any of today’s incredible guitar emulators.More...
Make the most of your limited space and bypass the need for expensive soundproofing by incorporating these unique studios into your music education program. With up to seven musicians playing in each JamHub Studio, you can easily increase your program’s capacity and dedicate more time to teaching than to logistics.
Modern Music For Modern Students
Students want to learn the music they’ve grown up with. Rock. Pop. Jazz. Blues. It all uses modern instruments to bring out the best in creative expression. When you teach kids how to harness that power, it frees them and gets them excited. And excited kids have excited parents. Excited parents get involved, do fundraising and go to their local school board to extoll your virtues, giving undersupported arts programs a much needed advocate when budget cuts roll around again.
Mixing It Up
Teaching modern music can be as challenging as it is rewarding. You’re doing more than just teaching students how to play an instrument, you’re teaching them how they fit into an organized artistic structure. With JamHub Studios, students quickly become aware of dynamic mixing, sonic space, and other subtle concepts that allow them to more quickly grow as artists and collaborators.
Save Your Ears
Ear Fatigue and tinnitus can be huge problems for music teachers. After hours of blasting horns, a four-piece rock band playing in a JamHub Studio is a welcome diminuendo in the day. JamHub Studios let the musicians play at a low, in-room volume level, so it’s easy for teachers to stay fresh and attentive throughout the day.
Make your music education program more engaging to kids, parents, and administrators with the addition of JamHub Studios.
When space is limited and neighbors are tight, it can be tough to find a place to jam. If you want to be able to jam it out on your own schedule, in your own space, and you want the added benefit of better sound quality, more efficient rehearsals, and tight, polished tone, you need a JamHub Studio.
When you use headphone monitoring rather than amplifiers, it’s easy to drop your outside noise levels down to just a little rattling and warbling. While you’re getting the full-blast studio experience every time you grab some friends to play, the rest of the world gets to sleep, study, and socialize.
JamHub Studios use all analog stereo channels, so what you put in is exactly what you get out. You’ll hear every note, letting you take full advantage of the true power of modern guitar emulators, stereo keyboards, and electronic drums.
Live Up To Your Potential
When you can hear everything, you’ll catch wrong notes, sloppy technique, and missed opportunities, so you learn and improve more effectively.
JamHub Studios are affordable and portable, turning your dorm, living room, van, or friend’s attic into the best sounding rehearsal space you’ve ever had.
Use the JamHub Studio with powered speakers and monitors, or wired in-ear monitors, and you’ve got a PA system that works great in stealth and show modes.More...
If your practice space just isn’t giving you the results you want, concrete walls unrelentingly reflecting sound back and forth, ceilings bouncing sound down into squealing mics, rattling walls adding sonic chaos, you’re never going to get the tone you dream of. It’s hard to play clean in a room full of mud.
Studio Sound In Your Space
JamHub Studios will help you create the ultimate rehearsal room with clear, defined tones and a distinct lack of noise pollution. It’s all in the physics. Sound reflects. Tone can’t cut through the mud, so you turn up. Then your bandmates turn up, and pretty soon a full on volume war has the red and blues flashing outside. When you use headphone monitors or in-ears, even if you’re taking your tone from an acoustic kit or a mic’d amp, you can play at vastly decreased volumes because you don’t need to cut through the mud to hear. If you need to really feel it, just jack the volume on your SoleMix control. More sound to you. No change to the rest of the world.
The same physics apply on stage, of course. Those wedge monitors you’re always begging the overworked sound guy to turn up? They’re bouncing sound past you, off the ceiling, and into the audience at a notable lag. Don’t let a bad stage ruin a good gig. Take your JamHub Studio on stage, using signal splitters to give the sound guy what he needs, and get amazing control and clarity with in-ears.
In-Ears are expensive and require wireless systems, you say? Not in the least! Quality in-ear monitors are surprisingly affordable, and downright incredible to play through. The lore tells us that in-ears have to be wireless, but we’d like to challenge that notion. If you snake the monitor cable with your instrument cable, you’re just as free to move as you would otherwise be, with no added weight, and all the benefits of incredible monitor sound and a full custom mix. Imagine having a way to ensure you can hear clearly at your most important gigs, at a price that is less than one single wireless unit. This is you taking control of your music.More...
In-Ear monitors were originally invented for large stages where wedge monitors just wouldn’t cut it. Expensive, unreliable wireless systems purported to give musicians the freedom to move around. But most musicians play on small, cramped stages where too much sound is the problem, not mobility. Today, wired in-ear systems are giving regular bands better monitoring and a polished, professional look, for less than the expense of one wireless transmitter.
The Perfect Mix
Imagine having the perfect monitor mix, every time you play, and being able to customize it for your own needs. Bands who use JamHub Studios to power their in-ear monitors are waking up to the possibilities. Synching in with the drummer or click track. Feeling the groove. Understanding the words. It’s all right there for bands who use JamHub Studios.
Clear Sound On Stage
On stage, wedge monitors cause massive clarity issues for the audience and kill tone. PA speakers have to be turned up to cover monitor bleed, creating a muddy mess out of your hard work. In-ear monitors allow you to abandon all of that, and when you run them out of a JamHub Studio, each member of the band can maintain dynamic, real time control of their own mix during your performance.
Practicing with in-ears gives you all the freedom of independent mixing, and makes it much easier to go from the basement to the stage. Imagine, great sound at the rehearsal and the gig. Bands who use JamHub Studios get this every time they play., and so can you.
Make The Transition
More bands are finding their way onto stages without wedges, or on television programs that have abandoned them for the clean, professional look of in-ears. Making this transition without practice can be jarring and knock you off your groove. Your ears, and your fans, will thank you for it.More...
Your project studio is more than just a hobby. It’s a finely crafted tool. The little piece of you that makes a big noise.
If you’re running a dedicated A-to-D, but can’t figure out how to get the best possible monitor mixes, or are frustrated by latency, consider using a JamHub Studio to create up to seven independent headphone mixes so you can record the whole band in a multi-track studio session.
Capture those inspired moments and mix them later. When the full band is on, nobody gets “red light fever” and the music sounds live and inspired.