IK Multimedia, the iOS interface specialists, deliver yet another mobile app and adaptor for songwriters and guitarists on the move
he iRig HD, IK Multimedia’s new guitar and bass digital interface for Apple devices, is now available from retailers worldwide. Consequently, guitarists around the globe can now plug into their iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac, and rock out with studio quality sound.
iRig HD features a compact ultra-slim design, fits in any gig bag, backpack, computer case or pocket, and comes with interchangeable adapter cables to provide universal device compatibility. As with many other IK accessories, iRig HD is manufactured in Italy using only premium components and rigorous quality standards.
Being Lightning compatible, this mobile guitar interface that comes with all the cables you need to for the iRig HD to be a simple “plug in and play” interface, featuring a 1/4″ instrument input jack, and plugs directly into the digital input of any iPhone or iPad via the included cables. Players can also use iRig HD with a laptop or desktop Mac computer, thanks to the included USB cable.
While iRig HD allows integration with other digital audio processing apps, it comes with AmpliTube, an expandable guitar rig app with virtual effects pedals, amplifiers, speakers and a recorder, plus four new virtual amps and effects available exclusively for iRig HD users.
For more information about iRig HD visit www.ikmultimedia.com
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