All music starts with inspiration. Breaking down the constraints and complexity brought by traditional instruments, the most accessible way of transferring inspiration to a melody is by using our natural instrument: the mouth.
WeJam offers alternative ways for anyone to easily control the melodies they create, even if they don't know how to play the guitar.
Music as a language
We consider music as a language. A melody is like a paragraph or sentence, it construct by verbs, Nouns and Adjectives.
With music language, they are riff(single notes), chord progressions and strumming pattern.
Instantly, music can be deconstruct. Exploring different combination of these modules can spark infinite creativity.
For each project, the user will start by telling the app their preferred music style and mood. This will serve as the starting point for their expression.
The journey of creating music begins with becoming familiar with a strumming pattern.
WeJam App will show users new strumming patterns that align with their desired emotion and style of expression.
During Session Two, users will be able to pair a chord progression with their strumming pattern.
The WeJam app will tell them which chord to play and light up the fretboard to indicate where to place their fingers.
Lastly, the music created by the user in the previous session will serve as the background music.
The WeJam System will then recommend several Solo Riffs to enrich their music.
With improved skills, let's revisit the beautiful melody created by humming.
Jammie, your music partner!
WeJam has a built-in music partner that can teach you to play, transfer your humming into music, play background music for you, and jam with you to inspire and help you create more melodies.
Jam Safe Zone
During a jam session, a safe zone on the fretboard will light up, allowing the user to freely explore.
It’s based on music theory and exploring within it will ensure harmony between the notes.
The entire jam session has been recorded. When playing, users can highlight certain sections by tapping the physical knob on the guitar, allowing them to come back later and listen to the creations.
One Melody Sparks More
When the user stops creating, Jammie will begin. Based on the user's creation, Jammie can make changes and create variations to inspire the user.