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Todd Simpson
post May 16 2012, 12:31 AM
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I'm going to do a full review of the TASCAM iXZ portable iOS Recording Interface. Here are some pix.

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post Sep 2 2012, 09:02 PM
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Hey Todd, great stuff man smile.gif If I'm ever getting an Ipad, these things just might come in handy!


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post Sep 3 2012, 06:01 AM
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PICKING YOUR WEAPON: GETTING STARTED FOR UNDER $50 WITH ipad/ipod/iphone MUSIC CREATION!

(I posted this in another thread but realized it should go here and I"m going to add pix and vids)

The iRig is a good way to go and works with the Free AMplitude plugin as most other apps as well. Under $50 for the hardware!

http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/irig/


The Peavy ampkit is another way to go for about the same price!

http://peavey.com/products/recording/ampkitlink/



And POSITIVE GRID has their own interface for a bit less.

http://www.positivegrid.com/jamup-plug/



Don't forget the handy little Tascam iXz! I have one of these and it's killer smile.gif SUPPORTS XLR INPUT For microphones or any other XLR cable based input as a bonus! It;s the most flexible for around the same $50 price point.

http://tascam.com/product/ixz/


These are compatible with IPOD, iPHONE, and IPAD. So for about fifty euro/dollars, your ready to jump in to mobile music production smile.gif I'm gonna have to make a post about this!

Todd

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I started this post as a reply to Cosmin when I saw him asking which Delay pedal to buy. But it seems better suited for the iPad/iPod/iPhone thread smile.gif
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VIRTUAL STOMP BOXES AND iOS


If you have an iPhone/iPod/iPad, you can get the IK STOMP BOX which is a very versatile device indeed. You can load any FX you'd like on it and it can become one of dozens of possible fx boxes and acts just like a stomp box smile.gif It uses your iOS device as it's brains so the device must remain connected though.

http://www.ikmultimedia.com/products/irigstomp/




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The Digitech iSTOMP!!!! Which does all processing in the PEDAL ITSELF so you download your stomp box to the pedal and then you don't need to bring your iphone/pod. The pedal is actually programmed and behaves like a standard pedal. The IK device needs to be connected to an iphone/ipod since it's just an interface really wink.gif

http://www.digitech.com/en-US/products/istomp




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Here is a KILLER web site with wads of resources for iOS music recording/production smile.gif

http://www.ipadmusic.com/apps/daws-for-ipad/

here is a vid about the AURIA app for iPad. AMAZINGLY powerful, 48 tracks!!



Here is a vid all about getting going with mobile music production.



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