Review: Griffin StudioConnect

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We’ve talked about a lot of portable interface devices, but sometimes you want a permanent solution for your home or studio that you can plug into a really nice sound system, then plug in your iPad and start recording. The Griffin StudioConnect fills that role, letting your iPad be the controller for your recording session while also acting as a 10-watt charging dock for the iPad.

The Griffin StudioConnect retails for $149, but you can get it at Amazon for $100.

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Philip Nelson spends his daytime hours as the Chief Relationship Officer for NewTek Inc., the leading manufacturer of portable live production, video and 3D animation products. He is also a recent recipient of San Antonio Business Journal’s Forty Under Forty Award. But Nelson has always had a passion for music, and that passion can be clearly heard through his first album, “Adventures from the Road."

One Response

  1. Roger Jensen

    Will there be a similar app and hardware for Android. This would be nice with my Samsung Note 10.1 (2014) tablet.