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Hi I'm new to the forum but In the next few days I will be recieving my copy of ilife 04. I plan on using garageband to record my bands music. I however am not quite sure what I will need to do this. I have an ibook with 10.3. What kind of audio interface or adapters would i need to accomplish this? Any help is appreciated.

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Hi I'm new to the forum but In the next few days I will be recieving my copy of ilife 04. I plan on using garageband to record my bands music. I however am not quite sure what I will need to do this. I have an ibook with 10.3. What kind of audio interface or adapters would i need to accomplish this? Any help is appreciated.

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matt
If you want to record your band and you are only planning on using one mic, then I suggest that you get Griffin's iMic instead of the more expensive usb audio interfaces. Basically the only thing you need to record is a mic, a computer, the software, and a usb audio interface of some sort.
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