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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > Sep-15 > IK MULTIMEDIA AmpliTube 4


Using your iPad as a guitar suite is now a popular way to perform. Hollin Jones tests out AmpliTube 4…

IK has spent the last couple of years creating iOS versions of some of its desktop audio processing applications, which makes sense given how many iOS input devices, such as MIDI keyboards and guitar interfaces the company also makes. AmpliTube 4 is a re-engineered version of the guitar suite that runs on recent iOS devices and uses DSP from the desktop version, improving the sound quality. Somewhat confusingly, there are two versions of AmpliTube 4, for iPad and for iPhone/ iPod Touch. While functionally identical, these are separate and identically-priced purchases, which is a bit of a shame since you might hope that buying one would give you access to it on both sizes of device, as is sometimes the case. In-app purchases are shared between versions, which is a plus.

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