12 Nov 2013

PadGadget’s Sound Stage: Hands-On with the iRig BlueBoard

Review of IK's new Bluetooth MIDI pedalboard for iOS/Mac


"Anyone who uses, or has considered purchasing a MIDI compatible pedalboard should look into the iRig BlueBoard. It is lighter and smaller than most other pedalboards and the price is very reasonable. The ability to connect two additional pedals while still having the freedom to program the four pads makes it well worth the price."


Here are some quotes from Lory Gil's review of iRig BlueBoard on PadGadget:

"Considering this is a pedalboard, it is both lightweight and inexpensive. I like being able to throw it in my gig bag and take it with me wherever I go. I can connect it to my iPad and still have the other ports free for other connections."

"The device also includes two jacks for connection external pedals, switches, and controllers. I did not connect anything through theses jacks. However, I know that it is a huge benefit to be able to add physical devices to the iRig BlueBoard for additional controls."

"Anyone who uses, or has considered purchasing a MIDI compatible pedalboard should look into the iRig BlueBoard. It is lighter and smaller than most other pedalboards and the price is very reasonable. The ability to connect two additional pedals while still having the freedom to program the four pads makes it well worth the price."

Read the rest of the review, click here.

Learn more about iRig BlueBoard, click here.

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