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Post by alvinbrett61 on Mon Aug 30, 2010 11:29 am

Do you want to own some useful iPad software to help you enjoy iPad easier? I know this DVD to iPad Converter can help you rip DVDs to iPad video formats with best output quality and fastest conversion speed. Or if you get some PDF files and you want to enjoy them on your iPad, then this PDF to ePub Converter is your best choice. And iPad manager for ePub is also nice for you.

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Post by alvinbrett61 on Mon Aug 30, 2010 11:30 am

Do you want to own some useful iPad software to help you enjoy iPad easier? I know this DVD to iPad Converter can help you rip DVDs to iPad video formats with best output quality and fastest conversion speed. Or if you get some PDF files and you want to enjoy them on your iPad, then this PDF to ePub Converter is your best choice. And iPad manager for ePub is also nice for you.

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Post by alvinbrett61 on Mon Aug 30, 2010 11:31 am

Do you want to own some useful iPad software to help you enjoy iPad easier? I know this DVD to iPad Converter can help you rip DVDs to iPad video formats with best output quality and fastest conversion speed. Or if you get some PDF files and you want to enjoy them on your iPad, then this PDF to ePub Converter is your best choice. And iPad manager for ePub is also nice for you.

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Post by alvinbrett61 on Mon Aug 30, 2010 11:32 am

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Dec 01, 2010 8:36 pm

Thanks for a well-written, informative post, Liliana. avi to iPod

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Post by ipadgeek on Tue Jan 25, 2011 5:41 am

I have no clue whether they got the processor to handle it. I remember being blown away at the iphone 4's proposed resolution and they did it somehow. So I wouldn't be surprised if they could do it.It just seems out of character for Apple to include this so quickly on the ipad when they could easily hold off on it for an ipad 3. We'll have android tablet makers to thank for it for pressuring apple. And it would keep the ipad far ahead of the rest. The only thing is, they're far ahead already.ts to avi converter

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:10 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:10 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:10 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:11 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:11 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:12 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:12 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:13 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:13 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:14 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:14 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:14 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:15 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:15 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:16 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:16 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:17 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:17 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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Post by ipadgeek on Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:18 pm

I have noticed if you play clean fingerstyle, the volume on an electric can be lacking. Increasing the set up gain can cause noise, but that is expected. Using any active pick up guitar is fantastic. My CEC sounds great in clean amp mode with a little delay, and reverb. All around it is a great app. The iRig works well. I have seen it for $29.95. Target now sells it, most likely $39.95, but no shipping. One thing, once you get the iRig, you can use it with other apps like Ampkit, 4Track, iShread, and others. You are not always in front of a pc when you have ideas. This makes Amplitube worth it. I have the free version, and bought a few pedals along with the full multitrack. that suits my needs better than the full version. I still get the free updates, and agree the iPad is a better interface. backup iPad 2 for Mac I have noticed no improvement whatsoever. My battery is lucky to last me 9 hours. I'm a heavy data user and being on AT&T…pffft…here in Honolulu it is horrible no matter what they do. I can sit sometimes and just watch it trying to get to a website and eat a full course meal.

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