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IK Multimedia's iRig Acoustic guitar interface is one of the easiest ways you'll find to record your steel-string acoustic guitar, nylon-string guitar, ukulele, or other acoustic instrument. The iRig Acoustic gently clips onto your guitar's soundhole with a rubberized clamp, while an MEMS microphone captures the vibrations of your guitar. Cables are included for connecting via USB, 30-pin, and Lightning for recording to your Mac, iOS, or Android devices. There's even a headphone output for monitoring your recordings. With the IK Multimedia iRig Acoustic interface in your guitar case's accessory pocket, you'll always be ready to record inspiration when it strikes.
IK Multimedia iRig Acoustic Guitar Interface at a Glance:
Record to your iPhone, iPad, or Android device
The IK Multimedia iRig Acoustic guitar interface couldn't be simpler - clip the interface to your guitar's soundhole, connect the 1/8" TRRS cable to your iOS or Android device, and you're ready to use it with AmpliTube Acoustic or virtually any other recording app. Use the 1/8" output for monitoring with headphones or to connect to a mixer or powered speaker for live performance.
Capture the full sonic range and character of your guitar
Unlike piezo or magnetic pickups, the IK Multimedia iRig Acoustic's MEMS microphone captures the actual vibrations of your guitar's top. This results in a more natural acoustic tone, with a wider dynamic range and harmonic richness. We've heard some great acoustic pickup systems here at Sweetwater, but we still agree that it's hard to beat the sound of an actual microphone on an acoustic instrument. You'll be impressed by the results you get just by clipping the iRig Acoustic and hitting record - and you can further fine-tune your tone with IK Multimedia's AmpliTube Acoustic software.
Enhance your acoustic tone with AmpliTube Acoustic software
With the included AmpliTube Acoustic app, you can calibrate the iRig Acoustic interface to your specific guitar. It analyzes the signal, determines your guitar's sonic sweet spot, and adjusts the microphone's response accordingly for optimized sound. From there you can select from emulations of popular acoustic amps, add stompbox effects, and even select from models of different guitar bodies. AmpliTube Acoustic even has a four-track looper, eight-track recorder, speed trainer, and a built-in tuner, making it a complete solution for practicing and recording your acoustic guitar.