Record guitar through the AmpliTube app on your smartphone! A 1/4" output lets you send your processed signal to an amp, use your phone as a tuner, and more.
Record 2 audio channels + MIDI to your iOS device, Android, or Mac/PC with this go-anywhere audio interface! Monitor with dual 1/4" outs, plus headphone out.
Connect the iRig Pro I/O to an iOS device or laptop, and record anywhere! This mini interface has an XLR-1/4" input for your mic or guitar, plus MIDI I/O.
Practice anywhere! iRig lets you plug your guitar into your Android or iOS device, play through the AmpliTube app, and listen through headphones or your amp.
Record any XLR microphone directly to your iOS device, Mac or PC at 96 kHz/24-bit quality! The phantom-powered iRig Pre HD includes Lightning and USB cables.
Max out your studio with virtual instruments and FX: AmpliTube, T-RackS, SampleTank, Miroslav Philharmonik 2, Syntronik, Lurssen Mastering Console, and more!
Plug any XLR microphone -- from stage dynamics to studio condensers -- into your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with the phantom-powered iRig PRE interface.
Connect your keyboard controller or other 5-pin MIDI gear to your iPhone, iPad, Mac or PC with the iRig MIDI 2 interface. Lightning and USB cables included.
Mount your iPhone, iPod touch or smartphone to your microphone stand with the iKlip Xpand Mini. It's ideal for displaying lyrics or playing along with apps.
Record vocals on your iOS or Android device with the iRig Mic handheld condenser microphone -- and add killer effects with the included VocaLive iOS app.
Making music on your iPad or iPhone? Add this Bluetooth pedalboard to wirelessly send MIDI control data to iOS apps like IK's AmpliTube or Apple GarageBand.
Snap this tiny mic onto your smartphone to upgrade the sound on your videos and live streams! The simple-to-use iRig Mic Cast 2 picks up in front or rear.
Get a grip on your phone and a much better viewing angle for pictures and video, by placing it in IK Multimedia's iKlip Grip smartphone stand.
Using your tablet as a camera? You need the iKlip 3 Video. This handy hardware lets you mount any tablet from 7-13" on any standard camera tripod or monopod.