Apogee Electronics Jam
Apogee Electronics announces Jam, a guitar input for iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Mac.
Jam is designed to enable musicians to practice, record and play using the guitar amps and effects in Apple’s GarageBand software on iPad 2 or Mac. The company says that no configuration necessary.
- PureDIGITAL instrument connection
- Designed for electric guitar and bass
- Made for Apple’s GarageBand software
- Works with GarageBand on iOS devices or with any Core Audio compatible application on a Mac
- Control knob for input level adjustment
- Multicolor LED for status indication and input level monitoring
- Instrument preamp with up to 40dB of gain
- Locking output connects to iPad, iPhone and iPod touch dock connector port or USB port on a Mac
- 44.1kHz, 24-bit analog-to-digital conversion
- Auto Soft Limit for optimal input level
- Made in the U.S.A.
For more information, check out Apogee.
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