Anyone Can Have A POD For Their iPad

Mobile POD App now works with interfaces other than Line 6's own   04-Dec-14

Anyone Can Have A POD For Their iPad


Line 6 has announced Mobile POD v1.7 for iOS, which they say puts legendary POD tone into the pockets of guitarists, no matter what iOS audio interface they own. The Mobile POD app enables guitarists to practice, jam and record with Line 6 guitar tones wherever they are, using any Core Audio-compatible interface. Guitarists can instantly access thousands of guitar tone presets, including the same award-winning Line 6 tones used on countless hit records.

Marcus Ryle, Chief Strategy Officer at Line 6, told us, "For years, guitarists have relied upon POD tones in the studio and on stage, and the Mobile POD app provides classic POD processing for free when using our Sonic Port or Sonic Port VX interfaces. With the release of version 1.7, all iOS Core Audio-compatible interfaces can have the award-winning Line 6 guitar tone used on countless hit records through in-app purchase."

Here's more details in Line 6's own words...

Mobile POD features presets designed by artists, Line 6 professionals, and a worldwide community of guitarists, making it the world's best guitar processor for iOS. Users can mix and match 32 amps, 16 effects and 16 speaker cabinets for a huge array of sounds. An intuitive interface makes it quick and easy to create, tweak, save, and recall custom tones. Guitarists can even play along with iTunes® using the tones they created. Mobile POD also supports Apple's Inter-App Audio feature, so users can record POD tones into GarageBand® and other iOS recording apps.

Pricing and Availability:
Mobile POD v1.7 is now available via the App Store as an in-app purchase, and is also included with Sonic Port VX, Sonic Port and Mobile In.

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bogusman    Said...

A bit bogus here - you can download it for free but to get it to work you have to buy it unless you have one of the Line 6 supported interfaces.

05-Dec-14 10:04 AM


Line 6 and a bit    Said...

@Bogusman

Try reading the story. The whole point is that the app previously only worked with Line 6 interfaces but has now been upgraded to run with any interface. It's free if you have a Line 6 interface but you have to pay for it (as an in-app purchase) if you use any other interface, like an Apogee, a Line 6 or whatever.

06-Dec-14 06:49 AM


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