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  • iRig equivalent for Android?

    is there such a thing? my searches have turned up nothing, but post up anything you know of.

    also post up helpful guitar apps for android that you've got.

    i use the Datuner app all the time. fully chormatic tuner that can change hz levels and whatnot and is color coded for sharp,flat, and in tune.
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    My understanding is that the way the Android OS is built, there's too much inherent latency for a real-time audio processing app to work well. That's why you don't see anything like that. (I have a T-Mobile/HTC G2)
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      My understanding is that the way the Android OS is built, there's too much inherent latency for a real-time audio processing app to work well. That's why you don't see anything like that. (I have a T-Mobile/HTC G2)


      lame, so i'm going to have to get an isomething to do anything like that.
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      • #4
        There were talks that ICS was supposed to solve the latency problems, but I don't think it did anything.
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        • #5
          lame, so i'm going to have to get an isomething to do anything like that.


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          • #6
            There were talks that ICS was supposed to solve the latency problems, but I don't think it did anything.


            So far, ICS is MUCH faster and smoother on my Motorola Xoom tablet. I am really hoping that iRig or Amplitude or ANYONE makes a guitar interface. Please? I no wants iPad!
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            • #7
              My understanding is that the way the Android OS is built, there's too much inherent latency for a real-time audio processing app to work well. That's why you don't see anything like that. (I have a T-Mobile/HTC G2)


              From what I read a few months back, it wasn't a latency issue. It was more of a designing it to work with too many different sets of hardware issue.

              I have the Ampkit and Amplitube software. They're ok as a backup at a gig, but neither really sounds good. I don't even use it anymore.
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                From what I read a few months back, it wasn't a latency issue. It was more of a designing it to work with too many different sets of hardware issue.


                Yeah, that's what I understood, too. Again, ICS was supposed to standardized a bunch of that.
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                • #9
                  From what I read a few months back, it wasn't a latency issue. It was more of a designing it to work with too many different sets of hardware issue.

                  I have the Ampkit and Amplitube software. They're ok as a backup at a gig, but neither really sounds good. I don't even use it anymore.


                  you have that on what?
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                  • #10
                    Bottom line - No apps like that for Android.

                    I'm an Android guy, but that is one thing I like about istuff better.
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                    • #11
                      I find the I-phone apps for guitar to be almost cool but ultimately awful.
                      I have the I-rig and Amplitube and Ampkit and I even fell for thet PRS POS.
                      All kind of suck with amplitube being the closest to working well but not quite.
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                      • #12
                        Give it time. For such a novelty item its probably not on their list of priorities. It's not just a matter of processing since a lot of phones, especially my Samsung note can handle processing for many daw apps if needed.. iOS versions or any other mobile guitar apps still sound like **************** imo.

                        Get a laptop and use Scuffham S gear or something else. I laugh when people buy this $100 worth of extra hardware and software just to sound like fizzy **************** on their ****************ing phone.. of course those designers count on the want vs necessity anyway. It's like the dog licking his balls thing I guess, so they know who will buy into it no matter how mediocre.

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                        • #13
                          I'm doubting it will ever happen because of the latency thing but also:

                          ****************ing phones on Android are so different phone to phone.

                          So you have a 2 fold issue, hardware and software.


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                          • #14
                            I find the I-phone apps for guitar to be almost cool but ultimately awful.
                            I have the I-rig and Amplitube and Ampkit and I even fell for thet PRS POS.
                            All kind of suck with amplitube being the closest to working well but not quite.


                            I bought that ****************ing PRS cable bull**************** too. Total ripoff.


                            Garageband for iphone is awesome though.....and with that new recording interface for iphone/ipad that Tascam is selling now, you could have a super portable mini studio to run your preamps/modelers/mics in to.

                            I've been quite impressed with the acoustic guitar recordings I can do using only my iphone's built in mic and garageband.
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                            • #15
                              I bought that ****************ing PRS cable bull**************** too. Total ripoff.


                              Garageband for iphone is awesome though.....and with that new recording interface for iphone/ipad that Tascam is selling now, you could have a super portable mini studio to run your preamps/modelers/mics in to.

                              I've been quite impressed with the acoustic guitar recordings I can do using only my iphone's built in mic and garageband.


                              that sounds pretty cool.
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