AmpliTube has arrived

IK Multimedia releases their AmpliTube app for the iPhone in three flavours today. The full app retails at £11.99 ($19.99), the LE version is much cheaper at £1.79 and there’s a free version too. Both the LE and free versions have in app purchase stores inside.

Here’s the details for the full version of the app:

Turn your iPhone/iPod into the ultimate mobile guitar and bass multi-effect processor! Use the AmpliTube iRig interface adapter ( to connect your guitar to your iPhone/iPod/iPad and you are ready to rock!

Jam anytime, anywhere with world class guitar and bass tones right in the palm of your hand. AmpliTube for iPhone gives you incredible ultra-realistic tones and modeling accuracy in a convenient and mobile app, from the leader in gear modeling software for professional recording studios.

With AmpliTube for iPhone, you’ll have an entire guitar/bass rig at your fingertips, comprised of 3 simultaneous stompbox effects, an amp-head plus cabinet and a microphone.

You will be able to choose between 5 amps (clean, crunch, lead, metal, bass) with full controls, 11 stompbox effects (delay, fuzz, overdrive, wah, envelope filter, chorus, flanger, phaser, octave, noise filter + distortion once registered), 5 speaker cabinets and 2 microphones (dynamic and condenser).

Plus, AmpliTube for iPhone features a chromatic digital tuner and a metronome and you can also import and play along with your own songs or backing tracks with real time effects, and create, save and recall up to 36 presets on the fly!

– Real time guitar and bass mobile multiFX app
– Full rig built from 3 simultaneous stompboxes + amp + cabinet + mic
– 11 Stomps, 5 Amps, 5 Cabinets, 2 Mics available
– Import and play your songs or backing tracks with real time effects
– 36 presets can be saved/recalled on the fly
– Includes tuner/metronome
– Low-latency for real time playing
– FREE and LE versions also available

Amplitube at the app store:
Amplitube LE at the app store:
AmpliTube LE
Amplitube Free at the app store:
AmpliTube FREE

1 comment

  1. I'm quite excited by this. I've got the free version and it works nicely on my iPad with the built-in sounds. Since the iPad doesn't support my Macally dock-connector mic I've not tried plugging my guitar in yet. Also I can't install it on my iPhone as it requires OS 3.1.3 and I've been holding off on the upgrade until 4.0 arrives…

    I think I might hack together a “guitar bud” and use my Micro BR to output the guitar at line level.

    I'd like to buy the full version of iRig but there's another new similar app mentioned in the last day or so that has caught my eye.

    Then, of course, there's the pending iPad version of iRig!!!

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