The iTrack Solo requires full USB power for the high quality components used in the analogue and digital designs of the interface, therefore you will not be able to charge your iPad while using the iTrack Solo.
Can I use my new iPad with the iTrack?
All 4th generation iPads and iPad minis now have a Lightning connector instead of the previous 30-pin connector. To be able to use the new iPads with the iTrack Solo you will need to purchase a...
Why is the iTrack Solo device cable so short?
The cable supplied in the box with the iTrack Solo has been designed to ensure that iTrack Solo meets Apple's 'Made for iPad' standards for noise interference resilience when data is sent or...
Can I record both channels at the same time?
You can record both channels of the iTrack Solo simultaneously into your iPad, but some applications like Garageband will only let you record one mono or one stereo track at the same time. If you...
Connecting and Powering the iTrack Solo
Powering the iTrack Solo
The iTrack Solo is an active device, and needs a DC power source to operate. It is important to remember that when you use the iTrack Solo with an iPad, it will not be...
Using the iTrack Solo with Garageband
Using the iTrack Solo with GarageBand
GarageBand is one of the most popular recording apps for iOS devices. It is a useful compositional tool and used on its own, allows you to create music from...