Jam
Jam 6.0.3
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  • Jam has been discontinued
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    Roxio
Jam 6, winner of the 2004 Macworld Best of Show awards, combines the newest version of Roxio's best-selling burning software for the Mac OS, with software to produce the best sounding CDs and DVDs. Now anyone can create discs like a pro, with powerful tools such as Jam 6, Peakª Express, and Hollywood-style Dolby¨ Digital sound.
What's New
Version 6.0.3:
  • Following discussions with Apple, this version will no longer allow customers to create audio CDs or export audio to their hard drive using purchased iTunes music store content.
  • Resolves an issue where certain ISRC codes could not be entered.
  • Resolves an issue where Jam fails to launch when audio output is set to 96 kHz.
  • Resolves an issue with images failing to be mounted or unmounted on Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger)
Version 6.0.3:
  • Following discussions with Apple, this version will no longer allow customers to create audio CDs or export audio to their hard drive using purchased iTunes music store content.
  • Resolves an issue where certain ISRC codes could not be entered.
  • Resolves an issue where Jam fails to launch when audio output is set to 96 kHz.
  • Resolves an issue with images more...
Requirements
PPC, Mac OS X 10.2 or later

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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Aug 2005
A (messy) work around is to use Audio Hijack Pro (or similar).
You can record the output of iTunes as an MP3 or AIFF.
Then you can use the music as you want.
No pathetic restrictions can stop you making compilation cds for yourself or mates.
[Version 6.0.3]


burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 11 May 2005
Removing the ability to burn M4P files from Toast and Jam is annoying in the extreme. I used to be able to make nice mix CDs with crossfades in Jam and now I'm not even allowed to use the music I've purchased from iTMS? Until iTunes CD burning gets the same functionality as Jam (normalisation, fading, custom index points, etc) this is a major downgrade in functionality... Those people who say "you can burn in iTunes" have never used a better mastering program such as Jam (also Toast) or they'd know what they were missing. This is all because Toast had an "Export" button that would dump out an AIFF of the M4P. Surely they could've turned off Export for M4P but still allow us to make CDs? Ideally they should have left us with Export as well... Oh well. Jam was a good application. It still is when you use physical music you've imported yourself. Looks like I'll be using iTMS a lot less now...
[Version 6.0.3]

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burypromote
Anonymous commented on 11 May 2005
I totally agree - Just don't mistake who is ultimately responsible for all this: not Roxio, not Apple... But the RIAA.
burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 11 May 2005
6,09 works fine with Tiger, I woudnt uograde with all these silly limitations!!!
[Version 6.0.3]


burypromote


Anonymous reviewed on 11 May 2005
wow, just wow.
i cannot believe the catch-22 that Roxio puts us into with this upgrade. i mean, we have to upgrade to use it in Tiger, but we also cannot burn any music purchased from iTMS. that is simply crazy. so, if i buy a CD from iTMS, i am not allowed to play it in my own car CD player? or my home CD player? wow. i guess everyone must have an iPod and AirTunes, huh?

this move is so dumb i don't know what else to say. other than, i do not use my mac as a "digital hub" for my music. it's one of MANY places i listen to music. and i do not own an iPod or AirTunes.
[Version 6.0.3]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Mar 2004
Go th the Roxio Press Room and read the press release! They will offer a Toast with Jam 6 Upgrade for current Toast 6 owners for $100. I don't know why Roxio isn't releasing it at the same time... but it's a strange company and strange companies do strange things.
[Version 6.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 24 Mar 2004
The so-called "upgrade" price for users of Toast with Jam 5 is more than the original product cost!
[Version 6.0]


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Anonymous reviewed on 23 Mar 2004
Seems a bit heavy handed to expect those of us who purchased Toast 6 to pay the full price to add Jam 6. i really dont need another copy of Toast 6
Titanium, and the $170 price for Jam seems unreasonable and moreover its not going to happen.
[Version 6.0]


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Version Downloads:4,818
Type:Utilities : Backup
License:Commercial
Date:10 May 2005
Platform:PPC 32 / OS X
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Jam 6, winner of the 2004 Macworld Best of Show awards, combines the newest version of Roxio's best-selling burning software for the Mac OS, with software to produce the best sounding CDs and DVDs. Now anyone can create discs like a pro, with powerful tools such as Jam 6, Peakª Express, and Hollywood-style Dolby¨ Digital sound.


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