Griffin Technology, one of the world's foremost creators of accessories for home, mobile and personal technology, offered two exciting new products for the mobile musician at the 2014 NAMM Show, held January 23-26, 2014 in Anaheim. Griffin Technology exhibited in the Hal Leonard Booth, Hall B, #5720.
After recently expanding its offerings for musicians and announcing a deal with music distribution giant Hal Leonard, Griffin will showcase StudioConnect HD and Guitar Sidekick, which tap into the power of Apple’s iOS and computer platforms to help enhance musical creativity.
“As mobile devices continue to impact the music world, we raised the bar for portable recording interfaces that let musicians and producers work on projects whenever and wherever inspiration strikes,” says Ethan Opelt, Audio Line Manager at Griffin Technology. “StudioConnect HD is an intuitive, streamlined product that encourages creativity.”
StudioConnect HD is an all-in-one audio interface for multi-track recording, the only device of its kind that records multiple tracks simultaneously to iOS or Mac OS X. Constructed of rugged, weighted metal, StudioConnect HD also serves as a charging platform. StudioConnect HD is compatible with both Lightning and 30-pin iPad models and also includes a USB Type A cable for connecting to Mac OS X. The model also accommodates Core Audio recording apps for iPad, along with Mac OS X based Digital Audio Workstations.
StudioConnect HD works great with:
Designed by pro audio engineers for serious musicians and producers, StudioConnect HD provides great sounding plug-and-play convenience for microphones, guitars, basses and keyboards in one compact device. Features include: