How To Use Real Guitar Amps And Stompboxes In Garageband


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Using guitar amps and stompboxes

Up to this point, we've been working with GarageBand's built-in instruments. These are the instruments you play either by tapping the screen or through a MIDI keyboard that you connect directly to the iPad. But GarageBand is also capable of recording real instruments such as guitars which you can plug into the iPad, or even sounds out of the air that you can capture with a microphone also plugged into the iPad. In this movie, we're going to talk about connecting a guitar to the iPad. All electric guitars and many acoustic guitars use a standard quarter-inch guitar cable. Now there's a world of accessories out there for connecting a guitar cable to your iPad, and for more information on these different types of accessories, be sure to check out the course in this series called Inputs, Mics, and MIDI.

But very briefly, there are two ways to get sounds into your iPad, either with an accessory that connects through the headphone jack or an accessory that connects ...

Using guitar amps and stompboxes
Video duration: 8m 44s 2h 48m Beginner Updated Aug 02, 2013

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Using guitar amps and stompboxes provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the GarageBand for iOS Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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