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GarageBand for iOS: Audio may not switch outputs with Apogee Jam

If you are using an Apogee Jam and you connect or remove external speakers or headphones from the headphone jack, audio may not switch to play through the built in speaker, external speakers, or headphones....

GarageBand: May unexpectedly quit when changing input level in Learn To Play guitar lessons

When adjusting the input level in Learn To Play guitar lessons, GarageBand may unexpectedly quit if you are using an Apogee Duet 2....

GarageBand for Mac: Choose the input source for your guitar

To play along with a guitar lesson, first choose the audio input source for your guitar .

GarageBand for Mac: Connect an electric guitar

You can connect an electric guitar or other electric instrument and play it in an audio track.

My iMac doesn't recognize Apogee Hype Mic or Plantronics headphones

Help please! I have a new Apogee Hype Mic, but my iMac (2017 Retina 5K 27") doesn't recognize it. I do see it listed in System Preferences as an Input option, but it sounds no different from iMac's built-in mic. Also, when I plug in my Plantronics headset, I can use *that* mic effectively, but I don't hear any sound through the Plantronics headphones, even though the headset is recognized in both input and output modes in System Preferences. Is the sound card in my iMac defective...

MainStage: Guitar Amp Pro amplifier controls

Learn how to use the Logic Pro Guitar Amp Pro tone and master controls.

MainStage: Tune guitars and other instruments with the Tuner

In MainStage, use the built-in Tuner to tune guitars and any other instrument you play through an audio channel strip....

GarageBand '09: No sound from guitar when playing lessons

Sometimes you may not be able to hear your guitar when you play along with a lesson in GarageBand '09.

GarageBand for iOS 1.2: Optimizing Jam Session network connectivity

Learn how to optimize network connectivity for your Jam Session in GarageBand for iOS.

GarageBand for iOS 1.2: Punch in/out unavailable during a jam session

The Record button may be unavailable during playback in a Jam Session; this will not allow you to punch in or out....

MainStage: Tips for performing with guitars and other instruments

You can play your electric guitar using MainStage as a multi-effects processor.

MainStage: Guitar Amp Pro amplifier models

Learn how to choose a Logic Pro Guitar Amp Pro amplifier model.

Logic Pro X: Guitar Amp Pro amplifier controls

Learn how to use the Logic Pro Guitar Amp Pro tone and master controls.

GarageBand for Mac: Tune your guitar in a lesson

You can tune your guitar while you are working in a Learn to Play guitar lesson.

Logic Pro X: Guitar Amp Pro amplifier models

Learn how to choose a Logic Pro Guitar Amp Pro amplifier model.

GarageBand for Mac: Turn on input monitoring for audio tracks

as the audio input (in the Audio/MIDI pane of GarageBand preferences), monitoring is turned off for all Electric Guitar tracks to avoid unwanted noise....

MainStage 3 release notes

an issue where expression pedals could not control the input level of audio channel strips Resolves an issue where the Download Manager could appear empty When more than 10 Drum Machine Designer patches are loaded, all channels show their associated sub-channels MainStage no longer shows an error that the Concert file is corrupted when loading certain concerts created in previous versions Next/Previous screen control buttons for changing patches and sets not assigned to a MIDI channel reliably respond...

GarageBand for Mac: Glossary

Glossary amp Short for amplifier, especially an electric guitar amplifier. Two types of guitar amps are a combo and a stack. GarageBand includes a variety of amp models that simulate the sound of famous guitar amplifiers. Apple Loops Prerecorded audio files (either audio or MIDI regions) that can shift in pitch or tempo and that are designed to play repeatedly. GarageBand includes a large library of Apple Loops that you can add to your projects. You can search for and preview loops in the Loop...

Logic Pro X 10.4 release notes

Learn about current and previous versions of Logic Pro.

Logic Pro 8 - Technical Specifications

key, style, and mood Export of MIDI and audio regions as Apple Loops Edit plug-ins and MIDI performances for Software Instrument loops Independent loop transposition Comprehensive loop tagging and editing with Apple Loops Utility Complete music notation Real-time transcription Instrument transposition Guitar tablature Drum notation Chord symbols Adaptive lyric input Automatic multibar rests Comprehensive palette of slurs, crescendis, and other ornaments Staff Styles for easy recall of multiple...

Logic Pro 9 - Technical Specifications

and intuitive region looping. Global chord track with automatic chord recognition. Complete music notation: Real-time transcription Instrument transposition Guitar tablature Drum notation Chord symbols Adaptive lyric input Automatic multibar rests Comprehensive palette of slurs, crescendis, and other ornaments Staff Styles for easy recall of multiple stave attributes Score Sets allow instruments to be combined for editing and print Layout and printing of complete professional scores Caps Lock Keyboard...

Logic Pro X: Connect an electric instrument

Connect an electric guitar or other electric instrument and play it in an audio track in Logic Pro.

MainStage: Connect an electric instrument

In MainStage, connect an electric guitar or other electric instrument.

MainStage 2 - Technical Specifications

drive for installation PCI Express, ExpressCard/34, USB, or FireWire based audio interface recommended Additional recommendations for MainStage At least 2GB of RAM for large EXS instruments USB musical keyboard, control surface, or guitar pedal board (or suitable MIDI control device and interface) Standard graphics card in any Mac Pro, MacBook Pro, iMac with Intel Core Duo, Power Mac G5, or iMac G5 Available disk space 7GB to install all applications and required content Additional 39GB to install...

Logic Pro X 10.0 Release Notes

an issue in which playing notes into the Arpeggiator might lead to CPU overloads. Includes various fixes to improve performance in Full Screen mode. Compatibility Specific Zoom and Snap functions in the Piano Roll now behave as expected when using a graphic tablet input device. The Apogee Control Panel is again accessible in Logic Pro X when using an Apogee Duet connected via FireWire. Flex Editing All tracks in a phase-locked edit group now remain in phase after using the "Reset all Flex Edits...

MainStage: What is MainStage?

What is MainStage? MainStage is a music application designed for use in live performance. MainStage turns your computer into a powerful multi-instrument and effects processor that you can use on stage when you perform. Whether you sing or play a keyboard, guitar , or another instrument, you can use MainStage when you perform live. Using a USB or MIDI keyboard controller, you can play a wide variety of software instruments, including pianos and other keyboards, synthesizers, strings, horns...

MainStage: Amp Designer overview

In Logic Pro, Amp Designer emulates the sound of over twenty famous guitar amplifiers and the speaker cabinets used with them....

MainStage: Pedalboard distortion pedals

on keyboards and guitars . On/Off switch: Enable/disable the pedal. Volume knob: Set the amount of drive applied to the input signal. Filter knob: Make the sound harsher and more crunchy at higher values. Distortion knob: Set the amount of drive applied to the output signal. Happy Face Fuzz A softer, full-sounding distortion effect. On/Off switch: Enable/disable the pedal. Fuzz knob: Set the amount of saturation applied to the input signal. Level knob: Set the effect output level. Hi-Drive An overdrive...

MainStage: Compressor main parameters

Digital: A clean-sounding compression type with a fast transient response. It can be used on a variety of sources. FET: Field Effect Transistor compressors are known for their fast transient response. They can deliver a clean or colored tone (notably midrange signals), and can be pushed toward a “crunchy” tone on transients. Ideal for drums, vocals, guitars , and other signals with a fast attack phase. FET compressors can only attenuate the signal. VCA: Voltage Controlled Amplifier compressors...

MainStage: Use the D.I. box

Use the D.I. box The D.I. box is modeled on a highly regarded American D.I. unit. D.I. box parameters Boost knob: Set the input gain of the D.I. box. HF Cut button: Turn on a highpass filter. This is used to reduce noise. Tone knob: Set the tonal color of the D.I. box. Each number represents a preset EQ curve. 1: An EQ curve with a -6 dB scoop from 100 Hz to 10 kHz, most pronounced around 800 Hz. Suitable for acoustic and string instruments, electric bass, and keyboards. 2: An EQ curve...