An All-iOS Concert Points to Music's Future

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Tech enthusiasts at the recent Engadget+gdgt Live conference in New York City were treated to a most unusual musical performance. The band Sound of Contact showed off its skills with instruments using iOS mobile music accessories from IK Multimedia, designed for Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices.

Our roving reporter Rex Moore caught up with the band before its big iGig and asked about IK Multimedia's suite of products, which won a "Best in Show" award at CE Week. In this video, Dave Kerzner explains the advantages of an all-digital setup.

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