JamUp Pro

JamUp Pro

By Positive Grid Inc

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2011-10-22
  • Current Version: 3.6.32
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 302.59 MB
  • Developer: Positive Grid Inc
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 9.0
Score: 4.5
From 1,068 Ratings


JamUp is the #1 multi-effects processor for guitar and bass. Available for iPad and iPhone, JamUp gives you instant access to a ToneCloud® sharing community with over 10,000 presets from artists, user, and our own Positive Grid team. It’s designed to work seamlessly with BIAS Amp to create your ultimate guitar amp. With more than 3 million users worldwide, JamUp has been featured in Macworld, Premier Guitar, Guitar World, Guitar Player, and more. The original JamUp comes equipped with one amp and six effects. JamUp Pro gives you the power of six amps and 16 premium rack and stomp-box effects, including distortion, compression, tape delay, tremolo, and spring reverb. Both JamUp and JamUp Pro include jam player, phase sampler, tone sharing, preset manager, optional 8-track recorder, live view, tuner, and metronome. With its easy-to-use drag-and-drop interface, JamUp enables you to arrange a studio-quality collection of amps and effects models into your own custom signal chain. Get the optional expansion packs for access to a mind-boggling 52 amp channels and 50 classic effects. Each amp model has been developed using Positive Grid’s MESH multi-stage modeling technology, and has been meticulously measured and analyzed against actual hardware. With its dead-on accuracy and tube-like touch and feel JamUp delivers dramatically improved sonic performance over other digital amp modelers. Import songs from your iTunes library to jam along with using the Jam Player module. Adjust the tempo and pitch with the high-fidelity time-stretching engine. Easily record and layer looped parts with the sound-on-sound phrase sampler. With the built-in tuner and metronome, and optional 8-track recorder, JamUp delivers a complete, professional processing and recording solution. Join our worldwide community with JamUp’s ToneCloud® connectivity. Create, share, and download custom presets right inside JamUp. Check out presets from top artists, staff picks, or user-created tones from all over the world. JamUp now seamlessly integrates with Positive Grid’s BIAS Amp app, instantly expanding JamUp into a powerful and completely unified professional guitar system for live performance, recording, and jamming. Features: ● Real-time guitar/bass amp and multi-effects processor ● Seamless integration with BIAS Amp ● Simultaneously run seven amp and effects models ● Drag-and-drop signal path for easy tone creation ● Six amps and 16 premium effects ● Additional 48 amp channels and 40 effect models (via in-app purchase expansion packs) ● Complete 8-track recorder system (via in-app purchase) ● Phrase sampler with undo feature, start module selection, and synchronized metronome ● Access to your iTunes library with time stretching (pitch/speed) engine via Jam Player module ● Tone sharing, allowing you to download over 10,000 artist and user presets or share your own ● 128 slot preset manager ● Live view control page ● Built-in tuner/metronome ● MIDI learning and assignment ● Audio copy/paste ● Audiobus support in 3 slots ● And much more! For iPhone 7 users: You will need a Lightning interface with an output to use this Positive Grid app. For more information, please visit: https://help.positivegrid.com/hc/en-us/articles/115003558023-How-to-set-up-with-my-iPhone-iPad- For more information, please visit: www.positivegrid.com Twitter: @PositiveGrid facebook.com/positivegrid



  • Support

    By Joempkdjsldjdhdhsi
    Love this app. The controls for the the effects are a nightmare and get my heart rate up just trying to turn a volume knob on my iphone x and my ipad pro. Before finishing this I checked one more time in the support section to see if I missed something, there needs to be a clear complaint or issue department sorry if I'm too dumb to understand your help section.
  • Great app - Great support from app maker

    By t-veggie
    I use JamPro mainly to practice. It’s great to be able to sit on my couch with headphones and be able to play along with songs. I also love to play with all of the amps and pedals. I love having $10K of equipment in my phone. Positive Grid support is great! I had an issue with the app where I couldn’t see songs in the “Jam” section of the app because I accidentally denied the app access to iTunes when I first installed, and Positive Grid was very responsive and helpful in helping me figure out what I did wrong. The fix was simply to reinstall the app. I use the app with my bass guitars and a iRig2. I even have a preset that matches my real pedal board.
  • Upgraded to Pro and lost my expansion

    By K_to_the_Bee
    I had a metal expansion on the regular JamUp. I recently upgraded to Pro and can no longer use them. The “Restore Purchases” button does nothing. Please help.

    By Mrbrentbt
    It was fine for a few months, and now it just keeps crashing. The backing tracks you load will not play anymore. Fire your developers, they screwed it up
  • Recent update causes crashing...

    By K.P.G.
    I have really enjoyed this app. I have an electric fiddle and can create some awesome sounds with this app. But, the most recent update keeps crashing? Not good, especially if I’m performing. Is there a fix coming for this? Would have given it 5 stars, but for this problem.
  • Very sweet sounds...

    By Gitarzz
    I wrote a review for this long ago when it was the only app Positive Grid had out. Since it is still available on the App Store I thought I should re-write it considering how much iOS music has evolved. Of course, if you know about this app you probably know about BiasAmp or BiasFX. There are a lot of people who will say BiasAmp is the best on iOS. I think that would be subjective but for many, that’s the fact. My personal opinion is that JamUp Pro is better for one reason. In my opinion, more choice is not better sound. Sure, you can customize amplifiers and that kind of thing in BiasAmp, and if that’s what you really want, your new amps still work with JamUp Pro. I would spend hours tweaking an amplifier in BiasAmp trying to come up with my “signature” tone only to open it up a week later to find I hated it. The beauty of JamUp Pro Is it’s just like a guitar amp. Plug-in and play. All the great amps have already been made and these ones all sound great without getting inside and changing the tubes or adjusting things like transformers and tone stacks. In my original review I kind of bashed on it for being mono. There were no stereo effects. There’s still not any stereo effects. But the way iOS has evolved for musicians you can add stereo effects to your signal chain before the recorder. Just run it through Audiobus or AUM as an input, add effects then send the signal into a recording app. This has the effect of recording a single mic’d amplifier with classic effects pedals then adding studio effects during mixing. I don’t know if it’s possible but I would really like to see this app become AUv3 compatible. This would make it possible for me to send a single guitar signal to two or more different amplifiers and record them all at the same time. I think I’m just dreaming though. So, closing, I STILL highly recommend this app. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
  • Customer service is non existent

    By Dereklderek
    I have an outstanding support request ticket that is going on two weeks with no help. If a solution to your problem is not on the faq list, you are on your own....disappointed.
  • Can’t get it work on iOS 11

    By Yuri-K
    I liked the app, but after iOS update it doesn’t recognize my audio interface (apogee jam)

    I have been using this app for years and I love it. But this is the only recorder I have, and I’m sick of making AWESOME songs and losing them!!!!!!! The recorder just erases stuff even after you’ve saved it! HELP!!!
  • Crashes all the time!

    By Projection Arts
    This used to be my go-to app for quickly laying down some loops in the Sampler section. Recently something happened (iOS update?) and now whenever I try to load a saved song the app crashes. When I reopen it there is a default value of 144 measures in the Sampler. Attempting to load a song causes it to crash again. I can sometimes access my list of saved songs by hitting Save first, and then Load, but it keeps crashing. I loved this app! Please fix it.