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Review of Alesis iO Dock II

What's Up, Dock? The iO Dock II is the latest version of the Alesis all-in-one audio and MIDI interface for iPad, and includes mic preamps, monitoring facilities and more, making music production super easy. Let’s see what’s new in this version, and take it for a test drive. read more…

Line 6 Sonic Port Review

A Pod For The iPad Line 6 was among the first manufacturers to offer peripheral devices for iOS and now it has decided to up the stakes with Sonic Ports, a guitar/bass audio interface with a very aggressive price/performance ratio read more…

IK Multimedia iRig HD Review

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User reviews on Audio or MIDI interface for tablet/iDevice products

Too much lag (Line 6 - Sonic Port)

By Ccdd, 10/08/2013
For me, the latency is so high that it makes the interface not usable. I bought it, tried it on iPad 2 with Garage Band and other Line 6 apps and finally I brushed it under the carpet permanently.
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Focusrite iTrack Dock - True Clean Sound (Focusrite - iTrack Dock)

By jakub.m.malasek, 17/06/2014
Hi everyone, I have tested the iTrack Dock with :

iPad Air 16GB, Planet Waves cables, Rode NT2A, Musicman JP custom with Dimarzio (Norton,Air Zone), Casio CTK-571 (controller midi) , Behringer FCB1010, MIDI 5 DIN to USB cabel

Apps: GarageBand, JAMUP + BIAS, Amplitube, Sampletank

Sound: Guitar+Rode NT2A - Crystalic clean sound, No noise, No Latency, No Feedback in JAMUP (im tested very high Gain amps without any gate,filter) PERFECT feel

MIDI: Keys worked pretty well, no latency. Behringer FCB1010 its not working. iTrack Dock its only for Class complilant devices. So Beware what controllers/foot controllers you are using.

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I recommend for MIDI inputs only (Alesis - iO Dock II)

By jakub.m.malasek, 17/06/2014
Hi everyone, I have tested the Alesis iO Dock II with :
iPad Air 16GB, Planet Waves cables, Rode NT2A, Musicman JP custom with Dimarzio (Norton,Air Zone), Casio CTK-571 (controller midi) , Behringer FCB1010, MIDI 5 DIN cabel.
Apps: GarageBand, JAMUP + BIAS, Amplitube, Sampletank
Sound: Guitar - Line 1 input switched to guitar mode - Little noise, Feedback in High Gain sound (gate,filter must be used in chain) , Complete round trip (Latency) in ,,low latency mode,, its around 15ms so if you played little bit faster, you can feel it :(((
NT2A - Phantom +48V worked, but push lvl of noise high, for DEMO record its fine, but definitely not ,,professional,,
MIDI: Keys worked pretty well, no latency. Behringer FCB1010 worked in real time in JAMUP with Whammy, Wah very well too... you can programing presets, stompboxes, recorder, sampler.
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News Audio or MIDI interface for tablet/iDevice

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Published on 05/24/16
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