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Jammit—the ultimate play along app and music platform for aspiring musicians—has just released Megadeth's "Reckoning Day," Periphery's "Facepalm Mute," and As I Lay Dying's "My Only Home" as well as the holiday classic "Silent Night" (part of their "Manger Zone" free Jammit-generated Christmas content).

Other December additions to the Jammit catalog include:

Both professional and amateur musicians utilize and benefit from Jammit's expansive song library. Dream Theater's Mike Mangini says, "I cannot put a value on the time and effort that Jammit saves me while learning songs with more details than ever. Fantastic work!"

In the latest Jammit Artist Spotlight, Periphery talks about modern bass as part of a conversation series about music and technology. View the clip here:

For those in need of a holiday gift for an aspiring or professional musician, Jammit digital gift cards are now available at and allow recipients to choose from hundreds of songs in the diverse Jammit catalog, including music from The Allman Brothers Band, Blake Shelton, Deep Purple, Dream Theater, Earth, Wind & Fire, Five Finger Death Punch, Foo Fighters, Godsmack, Grateful Dead, Jackson 5, Jeff Healey Band, Maroon 5, Mastodon, Nirvana, OneRepublic, Pantera, Rush, Slayer, Soundgarden, Steve Vai, Wolfmother, and many more across multiple genres.

Jammit is the only app in the world that gives users an all-access pass to live the rock star experience—the power to play on the original hit recordings, right along with the original artists. Available for iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, and Mac and Windows desktop (with an Android version in development), the free Jammit app download allows musicians of all skill levels to not only play over original master recordings but to slow them down or speed them up. With Jammit, users can actually play along to the isolated tracks recorded by their heroes without having to hear all of the other instruments simultaneously. It's a groundbreaking and game-changing concept for guitarists, bassists, drummers, keyboardists and singers everywhere.

Jammit's extensive library of original multi-track recordings plugs users into the actual recording sessions, from rock classics to the latest releases. Along with its unprecedented access to original recordings from some of rock's most recognizable and innovative artists, Jammit offers a variety of features that accelerate the process of learning new songs. Tracks are rated for difficulty (on a 1-5 scale) and individually priced for each instrument. Some of the most difficult and most popular tracks come from the intricate prog-rock of Yes, Rush and Dream Theater.

For the complete list of available songs, to download the free Jammit app, or for more information, go to or the app store.