The IK Multimedia iRig Stomp I/O is a USB pedalboard controller that integrates a professional, high-resolution, MFi certified audio interface with MIDI input/output for iPhone, iPad, Mac, and PC. It comes bundled with state-of-the-art guitar, vocal processing, and recording software for flexibility and usability, both live and in the studio.
Sturdy and robust, yet easily transportable, iRig Stomp I/O features four onboard metal stomp switches plus an expression pedal with a switch, all with LED indicators. To further extend its control possibilities, you can connect up to 2 additional switches or pedals. The MIDI IN/OUT ports make it possible to seamlessly control external processors when iRig Stomp I/O is used as a stand-alone MIDI foot controller, without any device or computer connected to it.
The Neutrik 1/4″ XLR combo jack accepts instruments and microphones including condenser mics with switchable 48V phantom power. The balanced stereo output connects to an external amp, mixer or PA, and a 1/4″ stereo headphone output is available for silent monitoring. The input gain and volume output knobs are easily accessible on the front panel, each with its dedicated LED VU-Meter indicator, for the quick-and-easy setting of levels.
iRig Stomp I/O boasts an elegant all-in-one design that perfectly highlights its flexibility and versatility. In a single piece of equipment, you now have everything you need to record in the studio, rehearse, or go out on stage and gig, without having to assemble a bulky and costly hardware setup.
With its high-quality 96kHz/24-bit audio interface, iRig Stomp I/O lets you easily record your guitar, bass or microphone – including studio condensers requiring 48VDC phantom power with true studio quality on iPhone/iPad, Mac and PC. The seamless integration with AmpliTube and VocaLive makes it as easy as plug-and-play to record on multiple devices using IK’s powerful, state of the art, 64-bit software. iRig Stomp I/O features a Class A preamp that can rival, if not surpass, the sound quality of floor processors costing up to three times as much.