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    Hi All

    Is it possible to use garage band as a sampler?

    I have created some music tracks, but would like to be able to sample speech into the Mac, and then play the words on the keyboard.

    Any clues as to whether this is possible?


    Philip
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    Yeah you can, just make a new software instrument track. Then go to view/hide track info on the bottom right, click on sound effects, then like radio or something. Then go to the window menu and click musical typing and make a sample and then drag and drop it into the keyboard to which letter you would like to use!

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    oh snap. thats great! never knew that! thanks.
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    Thanks for the advice zoobum, it has worked for me.

    Cheers

    Philip
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