MESSE11: Sonoma Wire Works Unveil Guitar-Jack for iOS Devices

Best Ever iPad IO for Recording?      13/04/11

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Sonoma Wire Works managed to gather a bunch of independent Developers on their booth, each showing Apps which made of the Sonoma Wire Works' Audio Copy/Paste standard, which allows iOS music apps to exchange audio data between them - which is cool.

But there was also a neat bit of hardware on display too - a high-end Audio Recording Interface and software, which looks like it will give the market leaders a run for their money.

The GuitarJack has two inputs, one in 1/8-inch stereo, one 1/4-inch, and the unique thing about it, according to Doug Wright, is that together with selectable Hi-Z or Lo-Z, you can record with both channels independently at the same time.

A 24-bit AD/DA and a buch of pretty impressive specs round up what looks to be a pretty capable device.

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Andy McCreeth


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