IK Multimedia iRig BlueTurn

Bluetooth LE Page Turner with 2 Switches and 33' Range
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IK Multimedia iRig BlueTurn
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Simple, Affordable Bluetooth Page Turner

Mobile devices are only as useful onstage as the gear that lets you access them, which makes IK Multimedia's iRig BlueTurn an essential tool for taking your digital lyric sheets, chord charts, or scores onstage. The iRig BlueTurn is a remarkably simple Bluetooth LE controller with two backlit soft footswitches you can set up to send Page Up/Page Down, Arrow Up/Arrow Down, or Arrow Left/Arrow Right keyboard messages to your computer or mobile device. Performing artists here at Sweetwater particularly appreciate the iRig BlueTurn's compact design, and since it can run for many hours on just a pair of AAA batteries, you'll never be without hands-free convenience again.

IK Multimedia iRig BlueTurn Bluetooth App Controller Features:
  • Simple device lets you turn pages on your favorite apps up to 33' away
  • 2 backlit footswitches let you send HID messages over Bluetooth LE
  • Choose from Arrow up/down, Page up/down, or Arrow left/right
  • Lightweight, compact, and sturdy design
  • Runs for many hours on 2 AAA batteries
  • Check out our Tech Tip for using the BlueTurn with an iPad
Get hands-free convenience with an IK Multimedia iRig BlueTurn!

Additional Media

BlueTurn and iPad Virtual Keyboard
IK Multimedia iRig BlueTurn Foot Controller Review by Sweetwater

Tech Specs

Compatibility iPhone, iPad, Mac, Android
Computer Connectivity Bluetooth
Manufacturer Part Number IP-IRIG-BTURN-IN

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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Works Great

Works great, easy setup.

Simplicity at its best!

Although this is a fairly new product, i decided to purchase it based on the on-line demo on the Sweetwater site.Is is everything it need to be; works wonderfully, sturdy construction, recognized easily by the ipad.so far I am totally impressed.

good but needs two simple upgrades

It needs an external power source option, and at the very least it needs to have the on off switch located somewhere other than the bottom. After every gig, I have to disconnect it from the pedal board, and turn it off. Would be easier to just hit a side switch for that. External power would also save on batteries and eliminate the need to change an on off switch at all.
Music background: professional

Simple, reasonably priced

I wanted a simple, basic, 2-button unit that just allowed me to flip through pages on my iPad. This thing fills the bill. The main problem I have had is that it isn't supported by every pdf reader -in particular, the one I had been using (Goodreader). Rather than do a lot of research, or rolling the dice with apps I knew nothing about, I decided to be safe and try iRig's own iKlip Stage app. The iRig pedal itself is fine. Works well and was easy to set up. Sturdy, compact. I wish it had an AC-adapter input so it could be mounted and powered of a pedalboard -batteries make me nervous, though I'm still on my first set.. iKlip Stage... not so much. It was "free", but as soon as I started loading my files in, it topped out and made me buy the "real" version. I saw no mention of this before. Ah well, "free" is nearly always to good to be true, but the most disappointing thing about iKlip Stage is the way it organizes the material. All the files are in one directory. I have hundreds. I'd want them organized into sub-directories so that I don't have to scroll through everything I have. The assumption is that you create setlists by dragging files from the master directory into a set you create, name and use on stage. The songs appear in the order you create and you just keep flipping forward through each song and into the next. That's fine until you need to make a change on stage -which I always do. IKlip Stage displays the setlist as large thumbnail images of each document -too small to read but large enough that you can only view 6 without scrolling. There really should be a way to view a setlist as a LIST. To change the order, you drag the thumbnails up and down but moving them and making the list scroll is clumsy. And if I want to make a substitution on the fly, I have to go back to the file list and dig through the hundreds of files to find the one I want. I can then either drag it into the set I was playing off and then move it to the appropriate position (clumsy), or I can simply open it from the master file list -but the scrolling/pageturn function only works in the set list! I'll probably switch to some other app as soon as I can find one that does what I want and works with the BlueTurn pedal. That the pedal itself doesn't work with every app universally is irritating but I'm not sure where to place the blame on that.
Music background: Singer-songwriter-bandleader

To Be Determined

I liked the look and feel, and options seem to be good enough for what I need... which is changing pages on an iPad. What was not mentioned... is that it requires a Gen 3 or newer device. Guess what I have... Gen 2. Through a series of fortunate events, I was able to get a new iPadPro (just got it) and will now be able to select an app (probably going with forScore). Looking forward to it.
Music background: Bass player
See also: iPod Accessories, IK Multimedia, IK Multimedia Miscellaneous Computer Accessories, IK Multimedia Tablet Accessories, IK Multimedia iPad/iPhone Accessories