JJazzLab 2.3 (February 2, 2021)
The backing track used in the video can be downloaded from the JJazzLab forum.
- Available in English, French, Chinese, German
- Extended style creation wizard
Make your own Yamaha extended styles using your preferred DAW (Midi editor). Check out the video tutorial.
- External links in the song memo
Insert file or internet links in the memo, they will be automatically opened when loading the song
- Plus many various improvements and bug fixes
Export to Midi now reuses click settings, show variation bar length, new styles, …
See the RELEASE NOTES for more information.
Windows 32-bit version: JJazzLab-2.3.1-Win32-Setup.exe
Windows 64-bit version: JJazzLab-2.3.1-Win64-Setup.exe
Linux x64: JJazzLab-2.3.1-Linux.zip
Mac OSX: JJazzLab-2.3.1-Mac.zip
If you get a Windows Smart Screen alert, click on More info, this will let you run the installer anyway. JJazzLab is NOT a malware!
Because version 2.3 is brand new, Windows security servers don’t have enough statistics to evaluate its “security reputation”. Alert will disappear soon, once enough people have run the software.
Recommended downloads to get the best out of JJazzLab 2 :
JJazzLab SoundFont: JJazzLab-SoundFont.sf2
VirtualMidiSynth soundfont player: VirtualMIDISynth (for Windows users only)
Free software !
You can use JJazzLab for free as long as you agree to the terms of the End User License Agreement. JJazzLab contains open source components (see below) governed by specific licenses which are available (with source code) via the JJazzLab-X project.
Let us be grateful to the people and projects that are or were a part of JJazzLab, or those who had contributed to it in some way.
- JJazzLab-X: The infrastructure of JJazzLab is available as an open-source framework.
- Apache Netbeans: For the powerful IDE and modular application framework.
- XStream: for the XML serialization
- JFugue: for the Midi file parsing
- Peter Wierzba, Michael P. Bedesem, Jørgen Sørensen/jososoft: for the precious information about the Yamaha style file format
- Incava: for the diff algorithm
- InnoSetup: for the installer
- John Nebauer: for the SGM-v2.01-NicePianosGuitarsBass SoundFont which served as a basis for the JJazzLab SoundFont.
- FluidSynth: for the SoundFont synth on Linux
- CoolSoft: for VirtualMIDISynth on Windows
- Matt Finley: for the help on the Band-In-A-Box import feature
- My family: for the too many evenings and week-ends spent on this project