Guitar into iPod – AmpliTube awesome

12 May

It’s doesn’t get me quite as excited as a Moog, or even synth cakes, but AmpliTube is pretty cooooool.

You plug your guitar into your iPhone/iPod Touch/iPad and jam anywhere with “world class” (their words) guitar and bass tone right in the palm of your hand – from the leader in studio-class guitar and bass software.

You also get to tit about with (my words):

3 recombinable simultaneous stompbox effects + amplifier + cabinet + microphone just like a traditional guitar or bass stage rig. Add amps and effects as you need them — you can expand your rig with up to 11 stomps, 5 amps, 5 cabinets and 2 microphones in the AmpliTube iRig app custom shop.

This video is dreadful but tells you what you need to know – it is a bit too “ROCK”!

3 Responses to “Guitar into iPod – AmpliTube awesome”

  1. Mike May 13, 2010 at 2:34 pm #

    Pretty dope, looks like I’ll have to pick that up.

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Orquesta Apple para iPhone y iPad - TechTear - May 23, 2010

    [...] iRig es una interfaz muy sencilla, es un conector de entrada mono de 1/4″ para enchufar en nuestra guitarra o bajo. Luego un conector de salida estéreo 1/8″ para conectar altavoces o auriculares. [...]

  2. Orquesta Apple para iPhone y iPad | El Tecnologo X - May 23, 2010

    [...] iRig es una interfaz muy sencilla, es un conector de entrada mono de 1/4″ para enchufar en nuestra guitarra o bajo. Luego un conector de salida estéreo 1/8″ para conectar altavoces o auriculares. [...]

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