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    Posted on November 22, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak

    Line 6 Mobile InIntroducing the new Line 6 Mobile In! It's a compact, yet high-quality interface for your iDevice featuring one 1/8" stereo line input and one 1/8" guitar input. It is compatible with any music or audio app device and can support audio up to a quality of 24-bit/48kHz.Connect your electric guitar or line level device (e.g. synthesiser) to your iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch, and then you can record, sample, or add effects to your hearts content! This functionality can then either be used for practice purposes or for professional audio projects, so that you can make and manipulate recordings on the move!
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    This post was posted in Guitars, iOS Devices & Apps, New Releases, Product News and was tagged with guitar, interface, ipad, iphone, ipod, line 6, mobile, touch


    Posted on December 2, 2010 by Joe Stachowiak

    This review kindly written by Tony Long. You can read more reviews like this, along with Tony's productions at his personal site -> Tony Long Music


    I am very familiar with the quality of products from the TC Group especially TC Helicon and their ever-growing vocal range. It is great to see a company bringing the possibilities of vocal sounds of hit songs of today to the home studio musician or live performer. Vocal effects are more often than not designed for the studio. Most 'Live' units are either a foot pedal type or a foot-switch used in conjunction with an effects unit or rack. TC Helicon have been expanding their vocal product range and have now given full consideration to the immediate needs of the vocalist on stage. They have come up with something that I would say is the best design possible for this need. It has the simplest way of attaching to a mic stand to position all of the essential controls exactly where the vocalist needs them. You just simply slide the unit onto the stand and its weight and angle hold it firmly in position. You can adjust the height easily with one hand if you need to - it is such a great design. The last thing a performer wants is to worry about trying to adjust something on the floor which involves looking down when they really want to concentrate on the audience out front.

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    This post was posted in Blog entries, In-Depth Reviews, Live Sound and Light, Recording and was tagged with review, tc helicon, touch, vocal effects, voicelive

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