Turn Your iPad Into A Guitar Amp

AmpliTube for iPad Now Available      22/07/10
Turn Your iPad Into A Guitar Amp


 IK MultiMedia's AmpliTube guitar amp simulator is now available for the iPad.

Here's what they have to say about it:

With AmpliTube for iPad, you’ll have an entire guitar/bass rig at your fingertips, comprised of 4 simultaneous stompbox effects, an amp-head plus cabinet and a microphone.

You will be able to choose between 5 amps (Clean, Crunch, Lead, Metal, Bass) with full controls, 11 stompbox effects (Delay, Fuzz, Overdrive, Wah, Envelope Filter, Chorus, Flanger, Phazer, Octave, Noise Filter + Distortion once registered), 5 speaker cabinets and 2 microphones (dynamic and condenser).

Plus, AmpliTube for iPad features a chromatic digital tuner and a metronome and you can also import and play along with your own songs or backing tracks with real time effects, and create, save and recall up to 36 presets on the fly!

Features:

  • Real time guitar and bass mobile multiFX app
  • Full rig built from 4 simultaneous stompboxes + amp + cabinet + mic
  • 11 Stomps, 5 Amps, 5 Cabinets, 2 Mics available
  • Import and play your songs or backing tracks with real time effects
  • 36 presets can be saved/recalled on the fly
  • Includes tuner/metronome
  • Low-latency for real time playing

Pricing and Availability

AmpliTube for the iPad is now available for US $19.99.

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James Lewin
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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Chuck    Said...

Stay away from IK Multimedia if you don't care for spam. They don't honor their own removal links. And they will bombard you forever, even if you call them to be removed.

They are such a scammy operation. The software doesn't sound that great anyway.

26-Jul-10 12:37 PM


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