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Review of Alesis iO Dock II - What's Up, Dock?
The iO Dock II is the latest version of the Alesis all-in-one audio and MIDI interface for iPad, and includes mic preamps, monitoring facilities and more, making music production super easy. Let’s see what’s new in this version, and take it for a test drive.
iPad Air 16GB, Planet Waves cables, Rode NT2A, Musicman JP custom with Dimarzio (Norton,Air Zone), Casio CTK-571 (controller midi) , Behringer FCB1010, MIDI 5 DIN cabel.
Apps: GarageBand, JAMUP + BIAS, Amplitube, Sampletank
Sound: Guitar - Line 1 input switched to guitar mode - Little noise, Feedback in High Gain sound (gate,filter must be used in chain) , Complete round trip (Latency) in ,,low latency mode,, its around 15ms so if you played little bit faster, you can feel it
NT2A - Phantom +48V worked, but push lvl of noise high, for DEMO record its fine, but definitely not ,,professional,,
MIDI: Keys worked pretty well, no latency. Behringer FCB1010 worked in real time in JAMUP with Whammy, Wah very well too... you can programing presets, stompboxes, recorder, sampler.
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debonz's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Supply by USB controller on IODOCK"
USB Adapter - USB A Female to USB B Male.
The big square toe connects to IODOCK and USB Port flat supply power to the master controller or keyboard or MASCHINE.
For more handymen take a look at this video, it is certainly a solution, but what do you know:
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la.boulanderie's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" disappointment"
Or there is great disappointment is that the guitar input produces a very audible hum whatever guitar and whatever settings. It is therefore useless to record a guitar. Latency is also audible, but still manageable. I do not know if this is a fault of mine or related to my ipad 2.
I turned my stuff and I try something else.
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