NAMM 2012: Alesis unveils AmpDock guitar-focused iPad interface – MusicRadar

August 24, 2022

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Multi-in/out iOS dock with guitar app control and pedalboard
NAMM 2012: Alesis has unveiled AmpDock, an iPad audio interface device designed specifically for guitarists and bassists.
The AmpDock is similar to Alesis’ own iO Dock, housing an iPad or iPad 2 in a rugged case, and providing two audio inputs (quarter-inch jack and switchable jack/XLR), various outputs and a USB MIDI connection.
The AmpDock’s front panel features gain controls for each input, main out and headphone level controls and two assignable knobs to edit parameters within apps. The AmpDock also ships with a pedalboard for foot control of volume, modulation effects and preset switching.
The device is designed to work with GarageBand, AmpliTube and JamUp apps, but will work with any CoreMIDI iPad app.
Check out the spec details below. Find out more info at Alesis’ site. Availability dates and pricing is as-yet unannounced.
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