Topic: GuitarJack Works with Most Third Party Apps
GuitarJack works best with FourTrack for iPhone ($4.99), StudioTrack for iPad ($9.99), GuitarTone (free for a limited time), and Taylor EQ (free) because they include the GuitarJack Control Panel (GCP), and StudioTrack and FourTrack have extra features, like simultaneous instrument recording onto two tracks and stereo recording onto two tracks, which are lacking in most other apps. GuitarJack is compatible with many recording apps, guitar tuners, and audio effects apps, even if they do not have the GuitarJack Control Panel. To change modes or set levels for use with third party apps, configure the settings using an app with the GCP, then quit to launch the third party app. The GuitarJack will retain the current settings and levels. GuitarJack Model 2 will retain the current settings and levels even when the iOS device goes to sleep (auto-locks) or the GuitarJack is disconnected (Note: GuitarJack Model 1 does not remember settings after the device goes to sleep or the GuitarJack is disconnected). More info in the guide about Using GuitarJack with Third Party Apps that do not include the GuitarJack Control Panel.
GuitarJack users have reported success using the following third party apps that do not include a GuitarJack Control Panel. We're sure GuitarJack works with many more audio apps!
AmpKit by Agile Partners
Amps & Cabs by Ground Up Audio
Auria - WaveMachine Labs
Cleartune - Chromatic Tuner by bitcount
AmpliTube and AmpliTube Slash - IK Multimedia
Guitar Amp - Studio Devil
MultiTrack DAW - Harmonicdog
PocketAmp by Checkeffect.net
StompBox - 4Pockets.com
Sonoma's GuitarTone amps and effects app and Taylor EQ app are free and include the GuitarJack control panel.
Sonoma is preparing the GuitarJack Control Panel SDK for third party developers now, similar to our AudioCopy/AudioPaste SDK.
Let us know your experience working with GuitarJack and other third party apps.