IK Multimedia has announced a new version of AmpliTube for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
The latest version of the full-featured guitar studio and recording app for mobile musicians adds full iOS 7 compatibility as well as the ability to use it as a filter app in the new iOS 7 "Inter-App Audio" routing feature.
Inter-App audio allows audio apps to communicate with each other and stream the audio output from one app to another, making it extremely handy for adding effects. AmpliTube can be used as a "filter" app in iOS 7 for processing the audio from other apps, allowing musicians to use all of the stompbox and amplifier effects with any live (real-time) or recorded material. This feature is similar to AudioBus functionality, but provides the opportunity for more complex routing. AmpliTube is fully AudioBus compatible as well.
AmpliTube features a complete instrument signal chain, including stompbox effects, amplifier head, cabinet section and microphone, just like a traditional guitar or bass stage rig. It also includes a recording studio, and multi-track-DAW editing-and-sequencing tools, and is expandable with collections of gear from Ampeg, and Fender, and from artists like Jimi Hendrix and Slash.
Now musicians can capture their ideas and performances on the go on their iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, with a comprehensive suite of creative tools. AmpliTube is the ideal companion app for IK Lightning-compatible accessories such as the new iRig PRO universal audio/MIDI interface, and the iRig HD audio interface.
The AmpliTube v3.1.0 for iOS is free for existing AmpliTube iOS users. You can download AmpliTube from the App Store for iPhone and iPad for S$25.98. A free version is also available. AmpliTube effects and functions can be expanded via in-app purchase with gear from Ampeg, Fender, Soldano, Slash, and Jimi Hendrix, and a complete multi-track recording studio with drummer and DAW-editing features.