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GarageBand - tracks are a step or so lower in pitch


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I am currently trying to record using GarageBand, but when I play back the tracks, they are a step or so lower in pitch. This has never happened before and I can't figure out how to fix it. Anyone know what's going on?

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It's probably your buffersize, make the buffersize the same as digicore.
That should solve the issue.

Make sure the sample rate is set to 44100.0Hz or 44.1 KHz.

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That worked. Thank you!
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Just curious... is this GarageBand '08 or '09?


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Wasn't sure how to change buffer size, etc when I encountered this problem. The solution can be found here for GB '11: GarageBand '11: Set the audio resolution
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