"With the release of the iKlip Xpand and iKlip Xpand Mini... the constraint has been lifted."
"I felt confident that the new iKlip Xpand clasps held my iOS devices more tightly and securely than its iKlip ancestors. Both new iKlip Xpands also look more attractive and less intimidating in their bare states since their function is obvious thanks to their new industrial design. (iRig Voice) comes in a variety of colors to suit your playful audio broadcast needs."
"Sometimes good ideas are worth paying for."
"In a nutshell, iRing is a motion control system that employs your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch camera to read the movement of two 'rings' in 3D space and translate it into general purpose MIDI data or proprietary controller information for bespoke applications."
"Using iRing Is Like Making Beats While Practicing Karate"
Mashable is one of the most engaged digital networks in the world, reporting on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the globe. Reviewer Adario Strange recently got to try out the iRing first-hand and was impressed. He proclaimed that "Controlling the flow of beats via magician-like hand movements... is sure to get you noticed."
Andy Bowen's review of IK's new Bluetooth speaker
“Being the fan of IK Multimedia's Apple-centric iRig line that I am…I opted for the iLoud. As a portable Bluetooth speaker, the iLoud has served me well. The top end is crisp and tight….and the bassy synth swells are fantastically beefy. As far as build goes, the iLoud is wonderful on the road. I've actually used the iLoud as an extra stage monitor during performances of my own. For $300, the iLoud brings me extra features and much more sound...”
Review of IK's new motion-control MIDI devices
Lay down some beats on your iOS device with iRing, finger accessories that let you manipulate music apps by waving your hands. I will even confess to boogieing at my desk as I manipulated the music, adding and removing loops with air-punches and hand waves...electronic musicians could end up finding it both entertaining and useful.
"The concept is intuitive and works amazingly well"
iRing is a very clever and cost-efficient concept for motion control with iOS devices. It works very well and is fun to use. We can just wonder about what else it could be used for.
"An exciting step forward for serious MIDI control!"
The feeling you get from controlling, say, a synth's filter cutoff, resonance and delay depth with one hand, while actually playing it with the other can only be described as quasi-magical.
"Truly outstanding sound quality"
You never feel that the sound is being hyped as you push the gains up. However, bypassing the plugin usually left us feeling shocked at how much of a difference it was actually making.
Read on MusicRadar how iRing can take your music to the next level
In this month's feature, Computer Music's experts explore the possibilities gesture control can offer to anyone making music. As a global leader in mobile music-creation apps and accessories for iOS and with iRing, an absolute pioneer in bringing gesture control to music making, IK's opinions were particularly interesting to them.