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IK Multimedia iRig PRO Interface Most Universal Yet
The iRig PRO allows professional musicians to connect mics, guitars, line instruments or MIDI devices to their iOS devices.
It's small enough to fit in your pocket, so you can record music on-the-go or get ideas pinned down as soon as the mood takes you!
The battery-powered iRig PRO can also be powered by your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, as well as your Mac.
A selection of IK Multimedia's best music apps are included, such as Amplitube, VocaLive, SampleTank and iGrand.
Other features include an ultra-low noise preamp, 24-bit A/D converter and LED indicators.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 5 Sep 2013 08:10 to category : Instruments News
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