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Full user review
"Worthy!! At least for me!!"
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com.
Oddly enough I didn't experience the issues other users had. It downloaded perfectly and started using it right away.
At $59 dollars (minus the other 10% discount for leaving the shopping cart alone for a few minutes) the upgrade is worth it in my humble point of view.
I was always trying to convince myself to buy Jam before, to no avail. But combining both programs in one package (and for less than half than previously available) finally made it for me.
I spent time until midnight making my first crossfading cd, normalizing tracks, joining U2's MLK and Where The Streets Have No Name and Anberlin's Naive Orleans and Paperthin Hymn like God intended, you know, just trying it out.
It came out perfect! With CD-Text and everything.
And yes the interface is slicker (as in "smoother", "glossier", a.k.a. "prettier", "shinier" although a tad less intuitive for my taste, but I'm just nitpicking, its AWESOME really!).
Too bad there is no demo. Everyone should at least check it out.