Connect Instruments, MIDI Controllers and Other Devices


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Connecting instruments, MIDI controllers, mics, audio interfaces, and speakers

There's one thing that every audio recording application on the market has in common, and GarageBand is no exception: you need to be able to get an audio signal into the application and you need to be able to get an audio signal out. Since GarageBand is an audio recording application that's made exclusively to run on Mac OS X, in this course we'll be focusing only on the Mac as a hardware platform for working with audio. Every Mac has some combination of audio in and out ports. You'll have to look up the specs for your particular machine if you're not sure what your computer offers.

Your Mac may have a built-in analog audio in and out, or optical digital in and out, or a combination of these. There are so many permutations of audio gear and connector types available these days that there's no way to exhaustively cover this subject in this course. But do check out the Digital Audio Principles course with Dave Schroeder, here on the lynda.com Online Training Library. Da...

Connecting instruments, MIDI controllers, mics, audio interfaces, and speakers
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Connecting instruments, MIDI controllers, mics, audio interfaces, and speakers provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Todd Howard as part of the GarageBand '11 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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GarageBand
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