How do I connect my guitar, keyboard and microphone to iOS or Mac?


How do I connect my guitar, keyboard and microphone to iOS or Mac without buying tons of different connectors? 

Basic scenario for people trying to record their vocals, guitar, bass, keyboards and other line-in instruments means different connectors for each device, especially when using iPhone, iPod touch, iPad or Mac...unless you have an MBox or other high quality analog to digital conversion audio interface for your Mac, it used to mean that you would have to buy a connector for each instrument. Not ANYMORE! Now, if you want to consolidate (and not spend a crapload of cash on several different connectors for XLR/ 1/4 Inch and MIDI, your answer is the iRig PRO from IK Multimedia! Here is a picture and a quote from iLounge’s review of the IRig PRO:

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ILounge’s editor, Jesse Hollington said, “With iRig PRO, IK Multimedia has done a extremely impressive job of combining three of its most useful iOS accessories into a single device at a pretty reasonable price point, without losing much in the process. You’re basically getting an improvement upon the $40 iRig PRE, an equal to the $100 iRig HD, and the MIDI input capabilities of the $70 iRig MIDI in a single $150 package.”

And here is another great review quote from TechnologyTell’s editor, Jake Gaecke, “…what’s so great about the iRig PRO is its versatility. Not only can it be your guitar adapter, but it can also be your microphone input, electronic drum set input, MIDI keyboard input and more. It might just be the only adapter you need.”

Click here to learn more about recording and making music with your mobile device and the iRig PRO.

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~ by Starr Ackerman on September 19, 2013.

2 Responses to “How do I connect my guitar, keyboard and microphone to iOS or Mac?”

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