iPhone 5 and new iPod touch users, download AmpliTube 2.7- a new version of the popular guitar and bass multi-effects and recording app for iOS. The new version features an enhanced user interface that’s been optimized for the 4-inch display on both Apple mobile device.
The app comes with 24 gear models, including 5 amps, 5 cabinets, 2 mics and 11 stompboxes. It lets the user set up a signal chain containing an amp, cabinet, and mic, along with three simultaneous stomp boxes. AmpliTube’s gear lineup can be expanded via in-app purchase with dozens of additional components including officially certified models of Slash’s amps, and emulations of gear from world-class brand such as Fender®, Soldano®, ®, Ampeg®, ®, T-Rex® and many others.
Guitarists and bassists can connect their instruments to their iPhone or iPod touch, using IK’s immensely popular iRig® interface, or the new iRig STOMP; which is the first stompbox style interface for iPhone and iPod touch that can be plugged inline with a pedalboard, or directly into an amp or P.A. system for live performances.
Version 2.7 is a free update for previous owners of all three levels of the app: AmpliTube, AmpliTube LE, and AmpliTube FREE.
For new users, AmpliTube 2.7 is available for $19.99/€17.99 from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com/appstore. AmpliTube LE is a less-expensive version with 10 gear models, and sells for $2.99/€2.69. AmpliTube FREE includes 8 gear models. iPad versions of AmpliTube are available, as well.
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