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News IK Multimedia Amplitube 2 for iPad

IK Multimedia announced the new version of AmpliTube for the mobile guitarist and bassist: AmpliTube 2 for iPad.



This new version of AmpliTube for iPad has new features designed to streamline and enhance the mobile guitar and bass playing experience: from the creation and naming of guitar signal chain tone presets to importing, recording and exporting audio.

Multi-Effects Processor for Guitar & Bass
At its core, AmpliTube 2 for iPad is a multi-effects processor for guitar and bass, replicating the sounds and tones of historically significant gear of the audio world. Players can build a guitar or bass rig with 4 daisy-chained stompbox effects running into an amplifier, speaker cabinet and microphone.

5 New Stomps
AmpliTube 2 for iPad features 5 new stompbox models available a-la-carte as in-app purchases: Compressor, Reverb, Graphic EQ, Parametric EQ and Limiter.  Each model is available a-la-carte for €2.39 each.
5 New Stompbox Pedals


What’s new at a Glance:

  • 5 new stomp effects (available as in-app purchase): Compressor, Graphic EQ, Parametric EQ, Reverb and Limiter
  • Improved sound with DSP parts derived from AmpliTube 3 and T-RackS 3 for Mac/PC Apps
  • Built-in single track recorder with re-amping capabilities
  • Multi-track recorder with 8 tracks and master FX section with 5 effects (Reverb, Chorus, Delay, Compressor & Parametric EQ (available as in-app purchase)
  • 2 send effects per channel (selectable between reverb, delay, chorus) and 2 master effects (3 band parametric equalizer and compressor) in the master section
  • Export your recordings and mixes as high quality audio files or send them by email as MP3s
  • Import songs as backing tracks directly from your iPod library on your device or your computer using file sharing or Wi-Fi
  • SpeedTrainer for slow down/speed up of imported songs without affecting the pitch
  • Up to 50 songs can now be imported
  • New preset naming feature
  • New Setup panel including input and output level controls


Pricing and Availability

AmpliTube 2 for iPad: €15.99
Available now in the iTunes Store

iRig Guitar/Bass interface: €29.99 (ex VAT)
For iPhone/iPod touch/iPad
Available from IK Retailers worldwide and Online IK store

AmpliTube 2 for iPad Update: free
Includes overall enhanced gear model sound, single track recording feature, audio import from device, export function, SpeedTrainer feature, preset naming ability and new setup panel with input/output level control: FREE in the iTunes App store

8 Track Recorder: €11.99
Available as an in-app purchase in the iTunes Store

New Stomp Box Effects: €2.39 each
Available as an in-app purchase: Compressor, Reverb, Limiter, Graphic EQ, Parametric EQ in the iTunes Store

iKlip: €29.99 (ex VAT)
Universal microphone stand adapter for iPad
Multi-angle adjustment allows precise positioning for optimal stage or studio viewing
Available from IK Retailers worldwide and Online IK store


For more information: www.ikmultimedia.com/amplitubeipad

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