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  • QUESTIONS FOR YOU GARAGEBAND IPODTOUCH USERS

    My Garageband songs sound cool when i use the internal instruments, but when I use the built in mic, the songs seem to emit an annoying high frequency sound during playback.

    1) Any idea why?

    2) Will using some kind of plugged in mic help?

    3) What do you use to record vocals on garageband for ipad?

    Thanks for any help!
    "Quit analyzing frequency responses...it's about feeling, son."
    - Forumite Elias Graves' Uncle Jack

  • #2
    I've only played around with GB a few times, but here's my thoughts. The noise you're describing sounds like some kind of interference from the device itself. Could be mains hum too, but this sounds different. I would suggest trying an external mic. If that doesn't clear it up, we're probably dealing with mains hum or something very like it.
    Anyone who would put a maple fretboard on a Strat obviously doesn't have a soul.

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    • #3
      That built in mic is pretty weak. I'd pick up an external mic. There are adapters for just about any mic you'd want, e.g., http://piano.detwiler.us/piano-tuning-blog/piano-tuning/using-an-external-mic-with-iphone/
      Two useful music sites: Tuning & Tuners...and one on Nikon

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