AmpliTube For iOS Gets Slash Gear Compatibility And More

IK Multimedia releases AmpliTube 2.5 update for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad      21/06/12
AmpliTube For iOS Gets Slash Gear Compatibility And More

IK Multimedia has released a major update of AmpliTube for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
This new version is a major update that offers the just released AmpliTube Slash gear model integration, MIDI and digital audio support, a redesigned recorder and mixer section, audio copy/paste, Retina display graphic update and much more.
TC says that AmpliTube is an incredibly fun and intuitive guitar and bass rig that allows players to jam anywhere with world-class tone. Users can further expand the available effects with gear models from the new AmpliTube Slash, plus favourites like AmpliTube Fender and VocaLive. Additionally, AmpliTube includes the ability to record and compose entire songs directly within the app using the built-in recording studio.
TC believes that AmpliTube version 2.5 elevates the app to a completely different live performance level by allowing players to control the app using MIDI controllers. With a MIDI interface - like IK Multimedia's iRig MIDI - players can now use AmpliTube "hands free" in the studio or on stage by controlling every AmpliTube parameter or preset from any type of standard MIDI controller.
Also, by popular request, AmpliTube 2.5 now works with iPhone/iPod touch/iPad compatible digital audio interfaces - like the Apple Camera Connection kit.
AmpliTube 2.5 packs a multitude of new features:
  • Expandable with AmpliTube Slash gear. All the gear that contributed to make the legendary Slash sound, including 2 Marshall® amp models and 6 signature stomp effects, are now available inside AmpliTube via in-app purchase as a bundle or individual models.
  • Full MIDI Integration. This feature allows users to control AmpliTube 2.5 via standard MIDI controllers using a MIDI interface for iPhone/iPod touch/iPad such as iRig MIDI. This allows the user to remotely switch presets or to control each knob, switch or controller on the interface with a physical controller. The feature is available as in-app purchase and it is free for iRig MIDI users.
  • Support for all 30-pin Audio Devices. AmpliTube 2.5 now supports digital audio input/output via the 30-pin connector with compatible standard core audio devices.
  • Redesigned Recorder section. The new recorder section of AmpliTube 2.5 now includes a Loop function for looping sections of recorded material, a new visual Metronome and a quick access Tap Tempo button.
  • New Mixer section. A new mixer interface has been added to the recorder allowing easier control of master reverb send, channel level, pan control, mute and solo buttons, plus an FX button for applying the AmpliTube signal chain to the recorded material on the individual channels. This feature also allows "re-amping" of tracks to get that perfect tone or to apply different creative techniques to the material after recording.
  • New Copy/Paste function. Now users can copy or paste audio content to and from other apps that support this feature, or easily copy the contents of one channel in the mixer to another channel.
  • Restore in-app purchases. The new Restore Purchases feature simplifies the update process for users that have purchased more gear via in-app purchase.
  • Export audio via SoundCloud or FTP. In addition to exporting recorded material using email and file sharing, users are now able to easily upload and share their materials online using FTP or via SoundCloud.
  • Retina Display support. AmpliTube 2.5 now has an even more elegant interface designed for higher resolution retina displays both on iPhone and on the new iPad.
Pricing and Availability:
The new AmpliTube 2.5 update is now available in the App Store as a free update for all current AmpliTube users on iPhone or iPad.
For new users, AmpliTube 2.5 costs $19.99/€15.99. An LE ($2.99/€2.39 - iPhone only) and a FREE version of AmpliTube 2.5 are also available with a limited set of gear models included.
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2 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
Ben    Said...

Totally blown away that Slash did an app of his gear!

Love this video of him shredding on the iPad!

22-Jun-12 02:22 PM

TubeToneUSA    Said...

More hyped junk from a junk company, totally exaggerated, same blurry non-defined fuzz, I have tried their amp stuff, in my opinion it is awful, slash is probably so into an excessive lifestyle at this point he can't tell the difference like he used to be able to 30 years ago. My advice is to read the reviews and go with a amp software company that actually MAKES amplifiers...and I don't play on my computer for a hobby, I play guitar for a living.

27-Jun-12 05:27 PM

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