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Podcasting with GarageBand 3: Changing the audio input and output driversPart 2 of our tutorial series on Apple's GarageBand 3
The hottest new way to listen to audio--podcasting--meets GarageBand 3, the ingenious Apple software most noted for its music-making capabilities. In Podcasting with GarageBand 3, Scott Bourne takes you step by step through optimizing GarageBand 3 for podcasting, working with track settings for professional-sounding audio, and choosing the best hardware for recording music or vocals.
He also covers techniques for recording voice versus music, how to add background loops to the recording's timeline, the best ways to publish your podcast, and more. Exercise files accompany the training videos, allowing you to follow along and learn at your own pace.
In this video Scott goes over connecting external audio devices to your computer. Using the System Preferences as your controller you can adjust the settings for your external device and choose which audio devices you want to use. He shows you how to tell your computer and Garageband that the device exists, and Scott shows you how to do so using the System Preferences.
He shows how to set up a USB mixer and other external device by selecting the device for sound output.
Changing Audio Devices
|Changing Audio Devices|
Up next: Working with Timelines
Related Keywords:Garageband, podcasting, voice recording, recording music, recording vocals, background loops, vocals, digital audio,
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