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MIDI files or band files TO iPad


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Is there anyway on earth to try to get Apple to to provide an easy way to get MIDI files or at least Garage Band files TO a 1st gen iPad. (NOT FROM iPad to Mac but pre-existing MIDI files TO iPad) I have literally thousands of hours of work that I would really not have to redo on my iPad in order to utilize them and I just can't figure out how to make that happen. I hav e converted MIDI files to .band files and they do not appear on my iPad after it have been sync'd. HELP, HELP, HELP!!!
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I haven't had an iPad 1 in a long time now so I'm not sure I can remember but:

1. Assuming you have Garageband for iPad, I would have thought you could open such files through, for example, Dropbox or some such thing.

2. If you don't have Garageband for iPad, I feel very confident there are MIDI file players for iPad available from the App Store that would let you drag in documents when syncing with iTunes. I do this all the time with some other kinds of apps and it works fine.
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