It's easy to listen to today's hottest tracks and think, "It's gotta be a cinch to produce these beats, considering Timbaland must spend at least 23 hours every day doing curls". Well, now it really is a snap, thanks to JamGlue
Providing "remixing for the masses", Jam's a free engine that lets you easily and intuitively craft your own beats, or hack up existing songs (because you're obviously far more visionary than any professional musician). The simplest path to nailing down functionality: listen to a 3-minute audio tutorial, which'll lead you through adding tracks and finding/uploading effects from your own files or Jam's extensive library (loaded with drums, bombs, lasers, movie sound bites, and farts, a.k.a. the dulcet tones of the Fat Boys), plus duplicating, lengthening, and splitting clips. Once you've got the basics, get all pro by adding as many layers to your mix as you please, fading stuff to the left or right channel, and speeding up/slowing down and altering volumes on each track, before publishing your masterpiece for all to enjoy how crappy it is
If you're feeling sassy about your skills, enter all sorts of prize-dishing remix contests, where you'll put your work head-to-head against other Gluers tweaking songs from artists like J.R. Writer, T-Pain, Public Enemy, and the slightly out-of-place Jars of Clay -- who amazingly still produce music despite spending 23 hours a day just loving the heck out of God.