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With my iMac in garageband, I plug my guitar into the line in, go to preferences and put audio in: line in or whatever it is. From there I can turn the monitor on, or just record and itll sound like a real amp. On my powerbook however, it sounds horrible. Also, instead of saying built in line input under "line input", it says "built in audio." Any ideas what the problem is?
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