As it is no secret that the iPhone is more than just a smartphone cum mobile web browser, a range of add-on accessories have extended the iPhone’s functional utility value, with different items made to address different needs.
IK Multimedia’s iRig series stands to be one perfect example of this undeniable fact, with its iRig Stomp being one of the brand’s latest products.
Built to take on the physical stresses a real stompbox is subject to, the iRig Stomp is designed to work with the iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch, with a design convention which allows its users to readily connect it to an on-hand iDevice, as well as integrate its use with an existing pedal board.
As a real footswitch, the device works with AmpliTube, complementing the app’s virtual amp modeler and pedalboard features, and can be readily setup for various sessions. Through the app and the device, users can readily take on different sound variations, with preset audio arrays for overdrives and distortions.
Also, though its amp modeler, users can also readily take on different sound/audio setups, with noise filters and other cabinet setups, making it an effective tool in recording guitar tracks.
Also featuring support for DAW direct recording, the device is certainly handy for those who don’t have their own amp modeler, and also comes with a “save your settings” feature, negating the need to fiddle around and look for that setup when live performances are being talked about.
Rockers in search for an iDevice-enabled footswitch will find a lot to smile about in the iRig Stomp by IK Multimedia.