The Tablet Page Turner Bundle from IK Multimedia packages the iKlip Xpand Universal Mic Stand Mount for Tablets with the iRig BlueTurn Wireless Page Turner, therefore providing everything you'd need to read sheet music off your tablet while simultaneously turning digital pages with the tap of your toe.
The iKlip Xpand fits all models and generations of iPad, as well as any other tablet with a screen size between 7 and 12.9". Its universal mic mount attaches to any microphone stand boasting a pole diameter up to 1.2" in both portrait and landscape orientations, allowing you to switch between the two without having to dismount the unit.
Meanwhile, the iRig BlueTurn supports Bluetooth LE connections, and thus, allows you to scroll through digital sheet music with the tap of your toe. Its backlit pedals render it more than suitable for the stage; however, this is a convenient bundle for practicing your sight-reading skills as well.
IK Multimedia iKlip Xpand Universal Mic Stand Mount for Tablets
The iKlip Xpand Universal Mic Stand Mount for Tablets from IK Multimedia allows you to connect your iPad or other tablet between 7 and 12.9 inches to a stand with a pole diameter up to 1.2 inches. The iKlip Xpand works with your tablet in both portrait and landscape orientations, and it allows you to switch between the two without having to un-mount the device.
IK Multimedia iRig BlueTurn Wireless Page-Turner
Designed to work across Bluetooth platforms with iOS and Android devices, IK-Multimedia's iRig BlueTurn is a pedal that allows you to scroll through digital sheet music with the tap of your foot. Now you no longer need to take your fingers off your flute to get to the next page; if you're utilizing a tablet for your music-reading needs, simply tap your foot on the back-lit up or down arrow located on the pedal to send an HID message to your tablet, thereby "flipping the page."
Wireless connectivity thankfully divests your feet of cable clutter, while a long battery life provided by two AAA batteries ensures that this unit should not fail on you in the middle of a gig.