Let me first say welcome. Glad to see you here. There is much to be gained for you here at Recording.org.
We used to use 75 MHz computers for recording stereo audio. With decent converters it was adequate (Digi Design Audio Media 3 card) and it worked. It worked and sounded actually quite good. With every progression, all of our devices have become more powerful and more capable. I don't see any reason why a Apple iPad shouldn't do better than our earliest computers of the early 1990s. So, is this actually a review or a question? None of us here really need to be educated by advertising hype. We already know all this stuff. Not that we don't appreciate your review. It's a great thing happening with these highly powerful handheld devices. And it will only continue to get better and these devices will only continue to get more powerful and more capable. After all, still a computer. So while it still allows you to upload your productions and download your entertainment, it still can't cut a CD or a DVD without yet another external device. And a lot of folks still rely upon CDs and DVDs. But we all know that these times, they are a changin'.
I don't plan to get one yet.
Mx. Remy Ann David