IK Multimedia iRig PRE Microphone Interface100 results found

Get help with the microphones on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch

To find out if there’s an issue with the microphone on your device—and not your cellular connection or the app that you're using—test each microphone . Microphone location can vary by device. You can use your product's technical specifications to find the microphones .

How to use Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic with your Mac

Which Apple computers work with the microphone and volume controls that are included with the Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic ? Any computer that displays "External microphone " in the System Profiler will work with the Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic .  To confirm that External microphone is in your System Profiler, choose About This Mac from the Apple () menu and then click More Info.  Select Audio (Built In) under the Hardware section

macOS Sierra: Adjust your computer’s sound input settings

Adjust your computer’s sound input settings If your Mac has separate ports for input and output, the sound input port has a microphone icon. If your Mac has only one sound port, it has a headphones icon () and can be used for both input and output. You can use your computer’s internal microphone , your display’s microphone (if it has one), or an external microphone you plugged into your computer’s sound port. Before you start, open the Input pane of Sound preferences (choose Apple menu > System

GarageBand for iOS: Microphone not recognized with iPod touch (3rd generation)

If you connect an microphone such as the iPhone Stereo Headset, Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic, IK Multimedia iRig, or Blue Mikey while GarageBand for iOS is running, the microphone may not be recognized. This occurs with iPod touch (3rd generation).

Pre-order music and movies from the iTunes Store

If an album or movie is available for pre -order from the iTunes Store, the purchase button that displays the pre -order price will be orange.

iTunes for Mac: Pre-order items from the iTunes Store

Pre -order items from the iTunes Store If an item isn’t yet available, you may be able to pre -order and then download it when it becomes available. You’ll receive an email the same day it becomes available to let you know when you can download the item. Pre -order, download, or cancel an item Pre -order an item: Click the Pre -order button next to the item. When the item is available for download, you receive an email notice. You aren’t charged for the item until you download it. Download a pre

Q: How do you clean the microphone on an apple series1 watch?  I believe there is debris in the microphone opening keeping it from working.

How do you clean the microphone on an apple series1 watch?  I believe there is debris in the microphone opening keeping it from working.

iTunes for Windows: Pre-order items from the iTunes Store

Pre -order items from the iTunes Store If an item isn’t yet available, you may be able to pre -order and then download it when it becomes available. You’ll receive an email the same day it becomes available to let you know when you can download the item. Pre -order, download, or cancel an item Pre -order an item: Click the Pre -order button next to the item. When the item is available for download, you receive an email notice. You aren’t charged for the item until you download it. Download a pre

AirPort: How to enter a hexadecimal 64-character pre-shared key for WPA

To enter the key, hold down the Option key then choose your network from the AirPort menu. You should now be able to enter the pre -shared WPA key.

GarageBand for Mac: Connect a microphone

Connect a microphone You can connect a microphone to your computer to record your voice, an instrument, or any other sound to an audio track in GarageBand. You can connect a microphone to an audio input port, USB port, or other port on your computer, or to an audio interface connected to your computer. You can also use your computer’s built-in microphone to record sound. After you connect a microphone , you choose the input source for the track you want to record in, and optionally turn

Logic Pro X: Connect a microphone

Connect a microphone You can connect a microphone to your computer to record your voice, an instrument, or any other sound to an audio track. You can connect a microphone to your computer’s audio input port, a USB port, or to an audio interface connected to your computer. You can also use your computer’s built-in microphone to record sound. Connect a microphone to your computer Do one of the following: Connect the microphone to an input on the audio interface using a standard XLR cable

MainStage: Connect a microphone

Connect a microphone You can connect a microphone to your computer to capture your voice, an instrument, or any other sound to use as audio input when you perform. You can connect a microphone to your computer’s audio input port, a USB port, or to an audio interface connected to your computer. You can also use the built-in microphone in your computer. Connect a microphone to your computer Do one of the following: Connect the microphone to an input on the audio interface using a standard XLR

Q: How do I pre order iPhone X

How do I pre order an iPhone X to pick up the same day 

Q: how to pre-order I phone X

On 27.oktober is it possible to pre -order the I phone X.On what side I have to look?Is it possible to order en pick up the phone in the store?Is it required te pay during the order procedure with a credit card?

Q: Can I pre-order an Iphone X without carrier?

I would like to know if I can pre -order an Iphone X without carrier. I mean, sim-free. If yes, how can I do that? Thanks! 

Q: iPhone x pre order

Logic Pro X: Connect an audio interface

Connect an audio interface Using an audio interface , you can connect microphones , instruments, and other music equipment to your computer and record the output to an audio track. You can also connect a mixer, speakers or monitors, headphones, and other equipment to hear the audio output from Logic Pro. Logic Pro supports plug-and-play for audio interfaces , making it possible to connect and turn on a new audio interface while Logic Pro is open. An alert appears when you connect a new device

GarageBand: Feedback Protection may be very sensitive with some USB mics

This can happen with microphones that offer an internal limiting or gain control feature. In such cases, it may be helpful to set the Monitor pop-up menu to On instead of On with Feedback Protection.

GarageBand for Mac: Use the microphone

Use the microphone Amp Designer provides seven virtual microphone types. After choosing a cabinet, you can set the type of microphone to emulate and place the microphone , relative to the cabinet. The Mic pop-up menu is near the right end of the black bar. The microphone placement graphic appears when you move your pointer in the area above the Mic pop-up menu. By default, the microphone is placed in the center of the speaker cone (called on-axis). This placement produces a fuller, more

Combine multiple audio interfaces by creating an Aggregate Device

You can create Aggregate Device to increase the number audio inputs and outputs available at the same time. You can also use an Aggregate Device if your application doesn't support separate input and output devices. With Logic Pro, GarageBand, and MainStage, you can use a separate device for input and output. For example, you can use a USB microphone for input and the headphone jack of your Mac for output. Some applications not manufactured by Apple don't support separate input and output

GarageBand for Mac: Choose and place the microphone

Choose and place the microphone Bass Amp Designer offers three virtual microphone types. After choosing a cabinet, you can choose the type of microphone to emulate and adjust the position of the microphone , relative to the cabinet. By default, the microphone is placed in the center of the speaker cone (on-axis). This placement produces a fuller, more powerful sound. If you move the microphone to the rim of the speaker (off-axis), you obtain a brighter, thinner tone. Moving the microphone

EarPods with Remote and Mic - User Guide

EarPods with Remote and Mic English2 Using Earpods with Remote and Mic Congratulations on purchasing the Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic . To use the Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic , plug them into a supported iPod, iPhone, or iPad and insert the earphones in your ears. Microphone Volume up Center button Volume down To see a list of the devices compatible with the Apple EarPods with Remote and Mic , go to: www.apple.com/earphones English 3 Important: Not all features listed below

GarageBand for Mac: Record sound from a microphone or an electric instrument

Record sound from a microphone or an electric instrument You record sound from a microphone (voice or acoustic instrument, for example) or an electric instrument (such as an electric guitar) connected to your computer, to an audio track. Record sound to an audio track Select the header of the audio or guitar/bass track you want to record to. Move the playhead to the point in the ruler where you want to start recording. Set the metronome and count-in to hear a steady beat while recording. Click

Logic Pro X: Marker List interface

Marker List interface The Marker List displays all the markers in the project. You can create, select, and edit markers in the Marker List, and click a marker name to move the playhead to that marker position. Create button: Creates a marker at the playhead position. Marker List area: Lists all the markers in your project, showing the name, bar position, and length of each marker. Drag vertically in the Position column to edit a marker’s position, or double-click and enter a new value. Marker

Logic Pro X: Loop Browser interface

Loop Browser interface The Loop Browser makes it easy to find Apple Loops and add them to your project. You can browse for loops or search using various criteria, preview matching loops, and add them to your project by dragging them into the Tracks area. View buttons: Switch between column view, button view, and sound effects view. View pop-up menu: Choose which loops to display. You can display all available loops, or filter loops by Jam Pack or the user’s loop library. Search field: Type

Logic Pro X: Project Audio Browser interface

Project Audio Browser interface The Project Audio Browser shows the audio files used in the project, and displays an overview of the regions derived from each audio file. You can add, edit, delete, and rename audio files and regions in the Project Audio Browser. The Project Audio Browser is available when Show Advanced Tools is selected in the Advanced preferences pane. File path: Shows the location of the audio file. Name column: Displays audio files by name. Click the disclosure triangle

Logic Pro X: Audio File Editor interface

Audio File Editor interface The Audio File Editor is only available when Additional Options for both Audio and Advanced editing are selected in the Advanced preferences pane. It displays the audio waveform of regions on an audio track. In the Audio File Editor, you can destructively edit audio files (and regions), and use audio processing tools to quantize audio, change sample rates, and extract MIDI grooves from audio files. The Audio File Editor has its own ruler, playhead, and zoom slider

Logic Pro X: Smart Controls interface

Smart Controls interface Smart Controls let you quickly view and adjust the most important parameters of the selected track, without opening the Mixer or individual plug-in windows. Each Smart Control features a set of screen controls. Adjusting a single screen control can modify one or more channel strip or plug-in parameters for the track. Smart Control inspector: Choose a different layout, view existing mappings, map screen controls to parameters, and assign hardware controllers to screen

Logic Pro X: Drummer Editor interface

Drummer Editor interface If you add a Drummer track to a project, you can view and edit Drummer track and region parameters in the Drummer Editor. The left side of the Drummer Editor shows settings for the Drummer track, including genres and drummers. On the right side are parameters for the selected Drummer region, including presets, an XY pad for adjusting the complexity and loudness of the region performance, and controls for editing performance parameters, including kit piece pattern

Logic Pro X: Step Editor interface

Step Editor interface The Step Editor displays notes or controller events for selected MIDI regions as beams in a user-defined time grid. You can easily add or edit note velocities or other controller data (making some editing tasks, such as data scaling, much faster), or quickly create and edit MIDI drum parts. Lane parameters: Determine the type of event displayed or modified. When you select a row in the name column, its event definition is shown in the Lane inspector. MIDI events

Get help from Apple users around the world.

Visit Apple Support Communities to ask a question, find existing answers, or share your expertise with others.

Visit Communities