The invention enables a musician to utilize multi-track recording, effects processing and web browsing thru an integral interface connection wirelessly.
Inventor Michael David Rudes of Dix Hills, NY has created a product that enables a musician to utilize multi-track recording, effects processing and web browsing thru an integral interface connection wirelessly.
Portable electronic devices, such as tablet computers, are rapidly changing the way that society performs many tasks. Tablet computers along with wireless Internet access provide a wealth of information anywhere that a user can find a connection. An area where tablet computers provide a variety of benefits is the area of music. Tablet computers are able to play music saved on the device or streamed through the Internet, can load sheet music for a musicians reference, and are also capable of connecting with certain instruments in order to capture or modify output from the instrument. One problem with using a tablet computer with an instrument is securing the tablet computer. Often times, a musician will have to place the tablet computer in a location that is awkward to access or unsecure for the computer. Inventor Rudes has created a guitar accessory adapted to connect to and secure a portable electronic device.
This clever new invention features an iPad/iPhone Dock, 24 bit professional audio processing, SD and USB memory, and HDMI video. The use of the Guitar Accessory for Personal Electronic Equipment allows the user to play and download music in a manner that is quick, easy and effective.