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The most popular guitar interface of all time just got better
DescriptionThe most popular guitar interface of all time just got better
How do you improve upon something so revolutionary that it changed the world? iRig 2 is the answer.
In 2010, for the first time ever, the original iRig allowed guitar and bass players to plug into their iPhone and use their mobile device to play, practice and record with apps like IK's AmpliTube, Apple’s GarageBand and thousands more.
iRig 2 builds upon the success of its predecessor by introducing essential new f
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Discussed in Headphone amp (perhaps + headphones) for jazz bass in the TalkBass community
The iRig takes the signal from your bass, processes and amplifies it with your iPhone before sending it back out to either your amp or your headphones. Maybe you could contrive some wiring to do the same, but not for $40. IK Multimedia - iRig 2 My daughter bought one of these to practice bass and guitar and is quite happy ... ... more
Discussed in iPad/iPhone app to jam w iTunes music? in the TalkBass community
I'm pretty sure mixing the signal from your iDevice and your bass is hardware problem since there's no way to plug your bass directly into your iDevice. As people have mentioned, probably the most common thing now is that most bass amps have an aux in. Getting a new amp is not the cheapest solution, but it gives you a reason ... ... more
Discussed in Recording on iPhone to Save Ideas for Future Use in the TalkBass community
IK Multimedia has a number of options and seem to be one of the leaders in this particular endeavor. Highly recommended. ... more
+1 on the iRig. And there are any number of recording apps for iOS besides voice memos. Even some multitrack apps like GarageBand (for iOS). ... more