## Extra Features

The FourTrack had quite a few extra features that made me realize how much attention to detail the engineers at Sonoma had given this little device. It comes equipped with a metronome that even has a few standard rock beats if you hate the sound of a click track (I do), which comes quite in handy when you are recording your ideas into it. Even just the tiny panning controls on the FourTrack's recording interface came in handy to give my small noodlings some definition and clarity. All in all, it's a very intuitive interface that comes with many more features than you would expect.

Have a listen to my guitar fiddling here which I exported directly from the iPhone. I had to bounce this from Logic to get it to MP3, and I made the same pan adjustments in Logic since the GuitarJack allows me to export each individual file instead of a master mix.

Obviously, nothing is going to make an acoustic guitar sound like an acoustic guitar except miking it up directly with a nice microphone, but the GuitarJack does a pretty good job of translating my acoustic pick-ups.

## Summing it up

It's a great sounding little device and it's built to last. The sound quality is much better than if you were to plug your guitar directly into your phone, since the engineering of the device is built around maximizing sound quality as well as being able to communicate efficiently with the software you are using.

For iPhone and iPod users that are in need of a great little pocket recorder to record their ideas on the fly, I would definitely recommend the GuitarJack along with their FourTrack software. You can take your guitar anywhere and record your inspirations on the spot without having to drag a laptop or a microphone with you.

Pros

• Great Sound Quality
• Multiple inputs
• Compatible with 3rd party programs

Cons

• Expensive
• Doesn't come with any apps

For more information you can check out Sonoma WireWorks' website. And check out their promo video below: