As if there weren’t already enough devices out there for connecting musical instruments to iDevices, Roland’s unveiled its latest entrant to the fray over at this year’s Musikmesse. Combining a duo of iOS apps and a Netgear-sourced USB dongle, the company’s created what’s dubbed as the Wireless Connect system. Essentially, by plugging the USB stick into a select number of the company’s electronic instruments, you’ll be able to jam out using your iDevice as a cord-free aid. With its updated app version of V-Drums Friend Jam, drummers can work on their chops and share the results over the web (alternatively, the current computer variant requires a wired connection). Additionally, the Air Recorder app allows you to hook up with its Synths and V-Accordions to record your playing, jam along with songs from your iPhone or both at the same time. Notably, you likely won’t get much use out of Wireless Connect at your next gig, though, as it requires a LAN connection with access to the internet for full functionality. While there’s not word on a pricing just yet, Roland plans to have the system on store shelves by the end of spring. Interested musicians can glance at the press release and instrument compatibility details planted just past the break.