If you’re a guitar player, you know that lugging your amp around can get a bit tedious. Not to mention avoiding noise complaints when practicing can be tricky if you’re staying in a hotel or living in an apartment. When you wake up in the middle of the night with a great idea, you can’t just ignore it and go to sleep. You have to plug in and jam out—it’s a craving all artists and performers feel. When you have to be considerate of your neighbors, that can be a tricky midnight calling.
With the invention of the iPad came the transition into a more mobile workspace. Rather than being tied to your computer or a clunky external hard drive, you can now record straight to your iPad on the go. The ability to access your multitrack session anywhere and anytime is an incredible advantage when it comes to productivity. Working with a tablet allows for many beneficial features you may not get with a computer or laptop.
Recording music is more mobile than ever as technology continues to advance. Many people find themselves setting up shop at a friend’s house, busses, stages, or at home away from the studio. You never know when the moment is going to strike and you’re looking to hit record. The need for recording in the studio is a thing of the past. Take your studio with you and record wherever inspiration hits.
Many of us are familiar with the loud roar of a plane’s engine. Whether you’re sitting in the front or kicking it in the back, the plane’s ambience can drown out your favorite playlist. Being in the air often whether it’s for business or for travel can be exhausting, but it can also be an escape. Music lets you relax and enjoy that escape. Make sure you’re not missing any of it due to background noise.
“In short, the Duet truly is a professional level audio interface. But it’s more than that; it’s somewhat future-proofing yourself. If we’re truly entering the post-PC era, then it’s time that we take our mobile devices seriously as equipment that is completely capable of (and in many cases preferred) producing incredible results that we’ve previously only seen in desktop machines. The Duet makes this possible, and right now it’s the only machine on the market of its caliber.”