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If you’ve a spare hour today then why not fill that by listening to the Mac & Forth Show (episode 58) featuring yours truly but Also Adam Christianson from The MacCast) along with the regulars Karl, Barry and Matt. This weeks episode takes a twist with Matt taking over duties as quizmaster on the show as we try our hands at WWDC predictions.
IK Multimedia, the global technology leader in mobile apps and accessories, today announced iRig® Mic Field, the first pocketable and adjustable stereo digital microphone for audio and video field recording.
This new version of VocalLive New version lets you use VocaLive’s professional effects with other compatible audio apps, and adds full-screen support for iPhone 5 and new iPod touch.
The highly acclaimed AmpliTube® App, from IK Multimedia, which now adds a complete multi-track Studio with timeline audio editing and new gear models, making it the most comprehensive guitar and audio production app available.
Now practise, play and record guitar and bass on any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac, with superior digital quality sound.
Especially interesting to BossJock users, you can now use iGrand Piano and iLectric Piano with your favourite sequencing, effects and recording apps. iGrand Piano for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and iLectric Piano for iPad is now Audiobus compatible, allowing players to use these apps with their other Audiobus-compatible music apps like AmpliTube, GarageBand and BossJock Studio.
There any number of reasons you might want to record what you can hear from your Mac’s speakers, grab that radio show, record that Skype conversation or capture audio for a screen cast. The sublime interface adds makes it a joy to use.
Whilst reviewing the Tascam iM2 condenser microphone for Apple devices we came across its accompany application nestled away in the App store the Tascam Pcm Recorder which we thought would be a godsend for all our recording needs whilst out in the field. (Full tascam review has now been posted.
Doing a podcast is something that we’ve wanted to do here at EssentialMac for a while now but had a feeling that recording audio from the iPhone headset that’s bundled with the device or via the in built microphone wasn’t going to be the best way to go about it.
When the Samson Samson Meteor Mic dropped on the door mate for review it grabbed our attention and we hoped this wasn’t all style over substance. But let’s face it, it’s a little beauty.