Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video The importance of airplane mode, part of iPad Music Production: Inputs Mics and MIDI.
The beauty of iOS devices is they are basically computers you can hold in your hand. …As I'm sure you are aware, you can do all sorts of things with them with the built-in …apps, with apps you can download, and with additional hardware. …And most of the time you are going to be multitasking with your device. …You could be watching a video on YouTube or surfing the web and still be alerted when …an email comes in or when a text message pops up. …And while multitasking is a good thing most of the time, it's not that great a thing when …you're recording. …You don't want to be in the middle of a recording session and get a phone call or a text message popping up. …Also, iOS devices are jam-packed full of radios.…
You've got Wi-Fi, you have Bluetooth, and in the case of the iPhone and certain iPads, …you have cellular antennas. …And all of these are capable of creating sounds that you don't want to hear on your recordings. …If you ever held a phone too close to a pair of speakers, you might have heard that little buzzing sound. …
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 7/26/2013. What changed?
A: We added three brand new movies to cover a few exciting new iPad accessories that have emerged on the market: the Griffin StudioConnect and Apogee Quartet input devices, and the MiC microphone from Apogee. We also updated the movies covering the Spark Digital microphone.