If you're a guitarist with an iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, the AmpliTube iRig offers an inexpensive, practical solution for rehearsing over headphones, but it falls short as a songwriting tool.
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Senior Editor Donald Bell tests IK Multimedia's AmpliTube iRig app and headphone adapter, which promises to turn any iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad into a virtual guitar amplifier.
Take a closer look at the AmpliTube iRig, a virtual guitar amp solution from IK Multimedia that combines a free iPhone app with a hardware accessory for connecting your guitar to any iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad.
Steve Jobs talks up the all-new design of its landmark tablet, which features dual-core chips, video cameras, a gyroscope, and a thinner profile.
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AmpliTube and AmpKit promise to turn your iPhone into a virtual guitar rig, with multiple amps and effects to choose from.
U.K. guitar amp manufacturer Orange announces a new Windows 7 PC built into a guitar amp, bundled with virtual guitar amp software.
USB-recording interfaces, which let you plug instruments into your computer for recording, aren't new. But at the NAMM show, IK Multimedia and Roland bring advances to this well-furrowed field.
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