WNAMM08: Stomp IO Gets Stomped On

IK Multimedia's controller pedal for Amplitube demoed      19/01/08

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Only just being shipped to retailers now, the Stomp IO stage controller and audio interface has been a long time coming seeing how IK Multimedia first announced it in 2005 and were demoing a version at the 2006 NAMM show.
Anyway, here it is being demonstrated by IK's Daniel Boatman who also tells us about the new X-Gear software that will allow all the different versions of Amplitube to be used together...
Stomp IO Features
  • Includes 5 software packages: AmpliTube 2, Ampeg SVX, AmpliTube Jimi Hendrix, AmpliTube Metal*, AmpliTube X-GEAR
  • 150 superior sounding models, 74 effects
  • 51 stomps, 26 amps, 33 cabinets, 11 mics and 23 rack effects on 2 rigs
  • Control your rig on stage
  • Use it in studio with any DAW
  • High-end audio interface
  • Completely expandable
  • Includes extra bonus disk of 4 software and sounds
*AmpliTube Metal available only for previously registered AmpliTube 2 users
Pricing and Availability:
Check with local retailers for details. More information:
  • www.ikmultimedia.com

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    3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
    ValiantThor    Said...

    Amplitube StompIO sounds like a toy.

    29-Jan-08 04:38 PM

    bilbo baggins    Said...

    This ass hat has like 8 videos saying the same stuff... play some guitar dammit.

    20-Feb-08 12:21 AM

    guitar galore    Said...

    boring, sounds like crap

    18-Nov-09 07:32 PM

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