New and Noteworthy
After putting in a hard day’s work prepping the first update to our app Amps & Cabs™, we noticed a significant increase in our website traffic. Inquiries about our audio interface hardware also spiked. Since 2:00am is an odd time for web traffic to pick up, we went on a little investigation. After a brief look around, we discovered that our guitar amp simulation app Amps & Cabs™ was featured on the “New and Noteworthy” section of the Apple iTunes App Store in the US and Canada. We immediately high fived each other and then started writing this blog post. Thank you to all of you that have downloaded Amps & Cabs™! We couldn’t have got there without you.
We want to answer some of the questions we’ve received regarding our audio interface. It is unique because it directly inputs audio into the iPhone®, iPod touch®, and iPad™ and solves some of the problems inherently found with other commercially available devices.
Some of the problems our interface fixes are:
- • Impedance mismatches
- • Tone loss/tone sucking
- • Input overdriving
- • Accidental iPod playback triggering
- • Indirect input methods
By solving these issues we’ve created the opportunity for a guitar signal (or any other instrument with audio output) to be cleanly input into Apple mobile devices and then sent to output options such as headphones, powered speakers, mixing boards, amplifiers, and desktop recording hardware and DAWs.
Because our audio interface is so unique and solves so many frustrating problems it has taken us a while to make this interface. We have finally ironed out the kinks and are on target to make it available for order next week!
For more information please visit our Hardware page and sign up to be the first to hear about our interface release.