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GarageBand for Mac: Choose the input source for your guitar

input port of your computer, choose Line-In. If your guitar is connected to a device connected to a USB port (or if you’re recording using a microphone connected to a USB port), choose the device. If your guitar is connected to an audio interface (or if you’re recording using a microphone connected to an audio interface), choose the channel number on the interface your guitar is connected to. If you’re using a built-in or external microphone, choose Off from the Monitor pop-up menu to turn off

GarageBand for Mac: Connect an electric guitar

you want to record as well as the rest of the project. Connect an electric guitar to your computer Do one of the following: Connect an audio interface to your computer’s USB or FireWire port, then connect an electric guitar to the audio interface. Connect the electric guitar to a channel on the audio interface or the adapter cable, using a standard 1/4-inch tip-sleeve instrument cable. If your computer has an audio input port, connect an electric guitar to the audio input port using an adapter cable

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

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

Logic Pro X: Connect an electric instrument

Connect an electric instrument You can connect an electric instrument, such as an electric guitar or bass, to your computer to play and record in an audio track. You can record the sound from your guitar to an audio track, and use the amps and pedalboard effects to shape your guitar sound. There are several ways to connect an electric instrument to your computer. Connect an electric instrument to your computer Do one of the following: Connect an audio interface to your computer’s Thunderbolt

MainStage: Connect an electric instrument

Connect an electric instrument You can connect an electric instrument, such as an electric guitar or a bass, to your computer to use with MainStage. You can set the guitar as the audio input for patches with an audio channel strip and use the amps and pedalboard effects to shape your guitar sound. There are several ways to connect an electric instrument to your computer. Connect an electric instrument to your computer Do one of the following: Connect an audio interface to your computer’s

Connect your Mac to a iPod, iPad, home stereo, speakers, or musical instruments

There are several ways to play music from your Mac: Use iTunes Stream it wirelessly to external speakers Use AirPlay Sync your iOS device (including music) over a shared Wi-Fi connection You can use a third-party audio device to connect speakers to your Mac. Plug it in with a FireWire, USB , Thunderbolt or S/PDIF cable. Install drivers for the audio device, if needed, before you plug the device into the Mac. Check the manual or go to the manufacturer’s website if you aren't sure if it needs

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 Express 8 - Technical Specifications

Express Recommendations A Macintosh PowerPC G5, or Intel Core Duo or Xeon processor 2 to 4 Gigabyte (GB) of random-access memory (RAM) for large EXS instruments A display with 1280 x 800 resolution A PCI Express, ExpressCard/34, or FireWire based audio interface A MIDI interface and keyboard (or suitable USB device) Contents Application DVD Content DVD Printed and electronic documentation Streamlined Interface Unified window design consolidates multiple edit and browser areas Library browser makes

GarageBand for Mac: Before recording software instruments

Before recording software instruments You can connect a USB or MIDI music keyboard to your computer to play and record the software instruments built into GarageBand. You also need to add a software instrument track and choose a sound. Sounds are sorted into categories, such as Bass, Guitar , Orchestral, Piano, Synthesizer, and so on. When you choose a sound patch from any of these categories, the Smart Controls area updates to show you controls for the patch. You can use these controls

Logic Pro 8 - Technical Specifications

for installation PCI Express, ExpressCard/34, USB , or FireWire based audio interface recommended Additional recommendations for Logic Pro At least 2GB of RAM for large EXS instruments USB musical keyboard (or suitable MIDI keyboard and interface) for instruments Logic Node requires a Mac computer with a PowerPC G5, Intel Core, or Intel Xeon processor and Gigabit Ethernet Surround requirements for Logic Pro and Soundtrack Pro Mac computer with dual PowerPC G5 processors or an Intel Core Duo or Xeon processor

Logic Pro X: Get started with software instrument tracks

Get started with software instrument tracks If you have a USB or MIDI keyboard (or another type of MIDI controller) connected to your computer, you can play and record software instruments. Logic Pro features a complete library of professional-quality software instruments, including synthesizers and other keyboards, guitars , drums, world instruments, and more. A patch contains the instrument, effects, and routing settings that control the sound of the track. You can change the sound

Logic Pro 7.2 - Technical Specifications

for PowerPC-based systems; Mac OS X v10.4.4 or later for Intel-based systems. QuickTime 7.0.3 or later. 8GB of available hard drive space. DVD drive for software installation. Available USB port for XSKey (copy protection). Low-latency multi-I/O audio hardware and MIDI interface recommended. Powerful audio production Network-distributed audio processing to expand power for software instruments and effects. Track Freeze to extend processing capability for a single computer. High-end POW-r dithering

Logic Pro 7 - Technical Specifications

Logic Pro 7 - Part Numbers Retail M9664Z/A Upgrade from Pro, Platinum, Gold 5 or 6 M9667Z/A Logic Pro 7 Upgrade from Logic Express 6,7 and Big Box M9668Z/A Logic Pro 7 System Requirements Macintosh computer with PowerPC G4 or faster processor (G5 or dual G4 processors recommended). PowerPC G5 and Gigabit Ethernet connectivity for Logic Node applications. Mac OS X v10.3 or later. 512 MB of RAM. DVD drive for software installation. Available USB port for XSKey (copy protection). Low-latency

MacBook Pro (15-inch, 2016) - Essentials

with Keynote; and check out all the apps available on the App Store, to express yourself in as many ways as you have ideas. Dig deeper. Explore your MacBook Pro and get your questions answered. Go to Mac Help. 74% resize factor Chapter 1 MacBook Pro at a glance 5 Take a tour This guide is for MacBook Pro models with Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C). (Not all features are available on all models.) Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C) • Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C) ports: Charge your computer, transfer data at Thunderbolt speeds

MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports) - Essentials

with Keynote; and check out all the apps available on the App Store, to express yourself in as many ways as you have ideas. Dig deeper. Explore your MacBook Pro and get your questions answered. Go to Mac Help. 74% resize factor Chapter 1 MacBook Pro at a glance 5 Take a tour This guide is for MacBook Pro models with Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C). (Not all features are available on all models.) Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C) • Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C) ports: Charge your computer, transfer data at Thunderbolt speeds

MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 Ports) - Essentials

with Keynote; and check out all the apps available on the App Store, to express yourself in as many ways as you have ideas. Dig deeper. Explore your MacBook Pro and get your questions answered. Go to Mac Help. 74% resize factor Chapter 1 MacBook Pro at a glance 5 Take a tour This guide is for MacBook Pro models with Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C). (Not all features are available on all models.) Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C) • Thunderbolt 3 ( USB -C) ports: Charge your computer, transfer data at Thunderbolt speeds

MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2016) - Essentials

the apps available on the App Store, to express yourself in as many ways as you have ideas. Dig deeper. Explore your MacBook and get your questions answered. Go to Mac Help. 74% resize factor Chapter 1 MacBook at a glance 5 Take a tour Your MacBook has the following features built in: USB -C • USB -C port: Charge your computer, transfer data, connect to a display or projector, and more. 3.5 mm headphone jack Dual microphones • 3.5 mm headphone jack: Plug in stereo headphones or a digital 5.1

MacBook (Retina, 12-inch, Early 2015) - Essentials

the apps available on the App Store, to express yourself in as many ways as you have ideas. Dig deeper. Explore your MacBook and get your questions answered. Go to Mac Help. 74% resize factor Chapter 1 MacBook at a glance 5 Take a tour Your MacBook has the following features built in: USB -C • USB -C port: Charge your computer, transfer data, connect to a display or projector, and more. 3.5 mm headphone jack Dual microphones • 3.5 mm headphone jack: Plug in stereo headphones or a digital 5.1

iMac (Late 2015) - Essentials

to Mac Help. 74% resize factor Chapter 1 iMac at a glance 5 Take a tour Your iMac is packed with advanced technologies and a beautiful reflection-reducing display in a remarkably thin design. SDXC3.5 mm headphone jack USB 3 Thunderbolt 2 Gigabit Ethernet • 3.5 mm headphone jack: Plug in stereo headphones or a digital 5.1 surround-sound speaker system and experience high-quality sound while watching movies or listening to your favorite music. • SDXC card slot: Transfer photos, videos

MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015) - Essentials

presentations with Keynote; and check out all the apps available on the App Store, to express yourself in as many ways as you have ideas. Dig deeper. Explore your MacBook Pro and get your questions answered. Go to Mac Help. 74% resize factor Chapter 1 MacBook Pro at a glance 5 Take a tour This guide is for both the 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models. MagSafe 2 USB 3 Thunderbolt 2 3.5 mm headphone jack • MagSafe 2 power port: Charge your computer. If you accidentally trip over the power cord

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