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.
Designed with musicians in mind, this premium speaker (normally $299) features a microphone/guitar input for use with iOS music-creation apps.
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.
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For very little money, you can buy the apps and accessories needed to become an iPhone movie-making auteur.
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