Brandon East's review of IK's new mobile recording microphone
"It was easy to get good results with acoustic instruments and vocals, and recorded lower frequencies like a champ, which I discovered when experimenting with recording electric bass guitar. For higher gain instruments, as well as lower frequencies…The results were great. The bottom line for this microphone is that it seems really versatile, especially for mobile recording.”
Canoe.ca's Gadget Greg reviews IK's digital microphone for mobile devices
“For musicians and performers, this is a great little mic giving you the ability to capture high definition digital audio without the loss of quality of other analog options offering an impressive 44.1/48 kHz sample rate and a built-in low noise high-definition preamp, powered by the host device.It’s also an excellent choice for mobile podcasters and ENG folks for the same reasons.”
"It's Portable and Impressive"
Reviewing iLoud in their August 2014 UK edition, MacWorld are highly impressed: "The iLoud is designed as a portable monitor, so it offers a level of accuracy you don't usually find in a portable Bluetooth speaker."
Jesse Hollington's review of IK's new microphone and EZ Voice app
"iRig Voice provides users with what is essentially a plug-and-play solution for getting started with vocals on the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch at a price that’s very reasonable for the quality it offers. The sound quality is crisp, and as the name implies, the mic is clearly tuned and focused for vocal performance, particularly excelling at close voice pickup in standard vocal frequency ranges while minimizing background noise and distortion.”
Jeff Graham shows how to make a smartphone time capsule video
Jefferson Graham from USA Today shows how to make a smartphone time capsule video using IK Multimedia's iRig Mic to capture a moment forever for you & your children. He explains how to set up the perfect rig and enhance your audio using the iRig Mic so that your special video sounds great. “I remembered that IK Multimedia, a company that made its name on iOS accessories, has the terrific iRig Mic which now works with both Android and iOS devices...it worked beautifully. It was richer sounding than the built-in mic and eliminated the potential background noise.”
"First-rate for karaoke, a truly portable audio studio"
"First-rate for karaoke and probably even ok to knock up a demo or two. For a little over $50 the package sounds really good through a quality sound system. You’re the Voice!"
"Excellent EQ and pre-amp emulations with its own sound"
"IK has gone to town, with full component modelling of all gain stages, including the preamp and its saturation properties. We particularly like EQ 81 on acoustic guitar, vocals and piano, whereas the '73 excels at transforming snares and kicks, and adding a bit of grit to basses."
"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."