The iRig HD is compatible with third-party music creation applications like Apple's GarageBand, but IK Multimedia has its own suite called AmpliTube
The output signal is routed to an iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Mac courtesy of a supplied lightning, 30-pin or USB cable
IK Multimedia has announced the successor to its iRig guitar interface for iPhone – the iRig HD
The instrument is plugged into the iRig HD's 0.25-inch input jack, then connected to the iPhone 5's lightning port. Monitoring headphones are plugged into the iPhone
A Macbook Air running AmpliTube and connected to the iRig HD interface via USB
IK Multimedia has revealed a successor to its undeniably popular iRig digital guitar/bass/instrument interface for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac. New to the iRig HD is a built-in high quality analog-to-digital converter that's promised to eliminate noise and crosstalk, while preserving all the subtle tonal flavors of your instrument.
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