iRig Acoustic nominated in Best Guitar Innovation of 2015 readers poll
MusicRadar and Total Guitar's annual readers poll has nominated iRig Acoustic for the Best guitar innovations of 2015. "Oh, the sights we have seen, the sounds we have heard! Innovation is very much alive and well in the guitar world."
"A truly unique collection of instruments"
MusicTech magazine has reviewed the SampleTank Cinematic Percussion collection in their December 2015 issue: "A very solid percussion instrument collection as heard on some mega hit movies."
Sound on Sound's December issue features a review of the T-RackS Stealth Limiter. Expert writer Sam Inglis says: "In its ability to retain the punch and impact of transients it beats everything else I've heard."
"It opens up a lot of possibilities"
PC Advisor has given iRig BlueBoard a full checkout and are impressed with its responsiveness and control possibilities: "If you like digital effects then the iRig BlueBoard is perfect for amateur bands gigging in pub and clubs."
"For: Great sounds. Fantastic value for money. Against: None"
MusicRadar and Total Guitar have reviewed AmpliTube MESA/Boogie and were so impressed they have awarded it their maximum 5/5 score: "Anyone who desires MESA/Boogie tones without spending thousands of pounds would be well advised to take a look."
"We enthusiastically recommend it to singer/songwriters, mobile products and field recordists"
MusicRadar with Computer Music have reviewed iRig Mic Studio and are highly impressed: "It sounds really good and 'just works' with any and all music making platforms."
"Stealth Limiter is certainly a fine limiter"
Computer Music says: "Stealth Limiter is certainly a fine limiter with a streamlined but capable feature set" and "an excellent four-mode limiter that covers a range of uses".
"It's the smallest two-channel audio interface on the planet!"
Stuff Magazine's Sam Kieldsen has taken a first look at iRig Pro DUO and is impressed with what he sees: "It's a professional quality mobile interface, no mere sketching device and its two inputs are fully justified."
"Add depth, feeling and shine to your (piano) music"
"What impressed us the most was the broad bandwidth and the resolution of sounds. Alan Parsons performs perfectly both in arrangements and in solos, claiming the limelight but not the entire stage just for itself."