AmpliTube UA on all Android devices
IK Multimedia first released the AmpliTube UA app on a limited number of Samsung devices. The app is now available for all devices.
Users of Android smartphones and tablets can now discover at Google Play the AmpliTube UA guitar amp and effect app, that they’ll need to use with the iRig UA audio interface due to release in May (see this news).
The AmpliTube UA is compatible with Android v4.2 and later on devices that support host mode/USB OTG and features 21 models, including 5 amps, 9 stompboxes, 5 cabs and 2 mic positions, with the ability to use 3 pedals, one amp, one cab and one mic simultaneously and freely organize your rig (you can even insert pedal after the amp). A chromatic tuner is also included.
Note that until the release of iRig UA, which includes a DSP that will process the sound, the app will run in “preview mode”, in which you’ll be able to configure your setup and use it with the “dry” audio demo.
AmpliTube UA is available at Google Play for free, and in-app purchases give you the ability to complete the rig with Fender, Orange, Ampeg, Soldano models and more.
The iRig UA is available in pre-sale for 99.99 €/$ excl. taxes.
More info at www.ikmultimedia.com.
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