Sweet!  Yes folks, and all in one packages is out for us musicians!  If you remember my last post on the AmpliTube’s iRig, I thought it was pretty useful for playing around with different sounds and even used it while playing outdoors using my batter amp.  The only thing that has been missing is the ability to multi track record.  I downloaded a simple 4-track recorder on my iphone and was trying to find an easy way to use the ipad as my amp/effects box and the iphone as the multi-track recorder.  Well the heck with that!

AmpliTube 2, from IKMedia which just dropped yesterday has a built in 4 track recorder!  Yea its has a bunch of other cool things like Import songs as backing tracks directly from user iPod library, which is cool, and a SpeedTrainer allows players to slow down/speed up imported songs, which is also good, but really that 4 track is what has me excited.

Actually, I should give them some props here.  In my review of the iRig , I complained that I could not simply bring in a track from itunes.  I even sent this feedback to the company and they said, just wait.. That fix is coming and some other things that will blow your mind…. They were right.

Now I have not had a change to download this and try it out… Hey look, I have a live outside this blog, I’m busy!  But I will tonight.  Believe it.

Check the screenshot at the end of the post, but here is a list of the newness that is AmpliTube 2.

New built-in one-track recorder with re-amping feature (free update)
New multi-track recorder with 4 tracks and master FX section with 3 effects: Reverb, EQ and Compressor (available as in-app purchase)
5 new stompbox effects: Compressor, Reverb, Parametric EQ, Graphic EQ and Limiter (available as in-app purchase)
Improved sound quality of gear and cabinets with DSP parts derived from AmpliTube 3 and T-RackS 3 for Mac/PC (free update)
Export recordings and mixes as high quality WAV audio files or send them by email as MP3s (free update)
Import songs as backing tracks directly from user iPod library, from iTunes using file sharing or Wi-Fi (free update)
New SpeedTrainer allows players to slow down/speed up imported songs without affecting the pitch (free update)
Up to 50 songs can now be imported (free update)
New preset naming feature (free update)
New Setup panel including input and output level controls (free update)
New scrollable menu for easier and faster gear selection in the FX and AMP sections (free update)

Click on the image to get a larger view.