[NAMM] AKG Perception Showcase App
AKG is introducing its first Perception application for the Apple iPad.
The AKG Perception iPad App is a guide for the musicians, producers and engineers interested in the technical prowess that is AKG Perception, which includes a range of headphones and microphones for live stage and studio, as well as wireless microphone applications.
Integrated with Facebook and Twitter, the iPad application offers a guide for musicians, performers and producers, answering questions concerning the Perception line. A visual tour through the line provides detailed descriptions and specifications, including a function to match the optimal audio equipment for any live sound or recording setting.
The AKG iPad Perception App is available free now at the Apple iTunes Store.
Check out AKG for more.
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