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Right, so I have an interview with a band this weekend and I don't have anything like a dictaphone so I was wondering if I could use Garageband to record it and then save it? If thats possible?
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You could get hold of Audacity

Audacity: Free Audio Editor and Recorder

Much easier than using Garageband. I assume your using the in-built mic on your Mac?

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Sure you could use garage band.

Just use the built in mic on your laptop and record the interview as a track.

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Yeah using the built in and thanks so much! I've got a lot to do this weekend so using my laptop to do it will save me some money.
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