The StealthPedal is a compact USB audio interface and MIDI controller housed in a wah-style pedal!
The StealthPedal is an affordable USB-powered audio interface that also works as a software floor controller, allowing anyone to play and record guitar or bass with a Mac or PC, 24-bit A/D and D/A conversion and 44.1/48 kHz operation. Two discreet inputs allow for connection of Hi-Z or line level instruments. It also features two separate outputs, plus a convenient headphone output for private listening and mobile jamming.
StealthPedal Audio Interface/Controller Pedal Included Software and Sounds
StealthPedal also works as a software floor controller: the built-in expression pedal and switch can be associated with any parameter of Powered by Amplitube
software, or any other amp and FX modeling software with MIDI control capabilities. The StealthPedal controls can also be expanded with an additional expression pedal and two extra switches for building a mini-pedalboard rig with preset and single effects control capabilities for full live/recording usage. Users are not limited to controlling amp-simulator software with StealthPedal, as it can control any effects plug-in, virtual instrument or DAW with MIDI control capabilities.
StealthPedal sports a rugged, metal, classic-wah style, compact enclosure with a volume knob and three LED indicators that operate as a status display, tuner or level indicator when used with any Powered by AmpliTube
The circuit design of the StealthPedal is derived from IK’s StompIO high-end stage controller, ensuring the highest fidelity for recording. It also provides a software configurable input gain level and a 109dBA low-noise input stage for optimal audio quality.
The StealthPedal is compatible with all popular DAW software supporting ASIO and Core Audio drivers on both PC and Mac.
StealthPedal Drivers Update Now Available
Now supporting 64-bit Windows Vista/XP
IK Multimedia is proud to announce the availability of native 64-bit drivers for Windows Vista/XP for its StealthPedal range of guitar and bass interfaces/controllers. The new 64-bit drivers include a 32-bit compatibility, allowing users to work with 64-bit or 32-bit audio software applications.