iRig HD: Record Your Music on the Go

by Brandon Russell | January 25, 2013

The iRig HD, announced at NAMM on Thursday, is the follow up to IK Multimedia’s popular iRig guitar interface adapter. Set for a Spring 2013 launch (no price has been revealed), the device is designed to allow musicians who own a Mac, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch record their next big hit on the go.

Built with a high-quality instrument level 1/4-inch Hi-Z input jack, the iRig HD is a simple plug and play tool that plugs directly into a Lightning, 30-pin, or USB connector. Not only does it offer a user friendly interface in its own right, the gadget can be used with AmpliTube for effects, or GarageBand for processing.

Additionally, the iRig HD has a high-quality 24 bit converter for top notch sound, onboard gain control, low power consumer circuit for improved battery, and a minimal footprint for easy portability.

Check out the video for a full run down on the iRig HD, and stay tuned for more video on TechnoBuffalo.



Brandon Russell

Brandon Russell enjoys writing about technology and entertainment. When he's not watching Back to the Future, you can find him on a hike or watching...