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Alesis StudioDock for Ipad - announced at NAMM
« on: January 14, 2011, 05:26:32 AM »
Pretty weird form factor. I assume that you can record to the Ipad's memory, so it's good for taping, at least in theory.
2 x XLR with phantom, no internal battery though AFAIK. You'd have to rely on external DVD battery or similar.

I guess the weakest link is still software for the Ipad and hardware crippling by Apple. Last time I checked, there was still a 16/44 limitation for recording audio.

No MSRP yet...

    * 2x XLR-1/4"
    * Individual gain controls
    * Phantom power, switchable
    * Guitar (high-impedance) switch on Input 2

    * 2x 1/4" Main
    * 1/4" TRS Headphone
    * Individual level controls

    * RCA Composite (requires compatible apps)

    * MIDI In (DIN)
    * MIDI Out (DIN)
    * USB MIDI (Host)
    * 1/4" Footswitch (function assigned by apps)
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