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ibook 933mhz & Garageband


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I am considering an ibook, mainly for photoshop and recording <garageband>. But I've been reading things that state the ibook has no audio input. Does this mean i have to buy a USB audio interface in order to record?
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I am considering an ibook, mainly for photoshop and recording <garageband>. But I've been reading things that state the ibook has no audio input. Does this mean i have to buy a USB audio interface in order to record?
Yes,

We are having to do the same with my wife's 12" iBook. We got the USP-Midi interface to her Roland keyboard. To record vocals or connect a guitar (or electric violin in our case) to it you need the USB audio interface.

Anyone have any suggestions for an inexpensive but usable one?

Jerry
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Does the ibook have a mic input? If so would it be possible to use an instrument adaptor?
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Does the ibook have a mic input? If so would it be possible to use an instrument adaptor?
Nope....Just a headphone / audio out jack.

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Check it out here fellas:

http://www.blackcatsystems.com/softw...icrophone.html
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