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iLife's iMovie and GarageBand can help you pull audio files from your movies.
Miking drums and amps to get the best recording signal to your Mac is a tedious but rewarding process.
You have an old GarageBand project that includes software instrument guitar tracks that you'd like to use with GarageBand ’09's Electric Guitar tracks. Here's how to convert them.
Need to record sounds on your computer? Christopher Breen shows you the hardware you'll need for the job.
With some good hardware and a few tips, you can create your own high-quality podcasts to share with the world.
Jim Dalrymple’s music recording project continues, as he shares some dos and don’ts he’s picked up over the last few months.
Want to try your hand at podcasting? You’ll need to pick out some necessary hardware first. In this excerpt from his Take Control of Podcasting on the Mac e-book, Andy Williams Affleck tells you what to consider when picking out a microphone, breakout box, or mixer for putting your podcasts together.
Many fleeting sounds that play on your Mac are worth preserving. With the help of the right software, you can record and edit audio files and add them to iTunes for future use.
Because Jim Dalrymple records all of his music on the Mac, he tends to focus on software designed for that purpose. However, there are other important factors to consider from the outset—one of the most important is choosing the right guitar for the job.
Is iTunes missing episodes from a favorite podcast? Here's how to put things right.
Yes, you can adjust sound in specific applications, but you'll have to pay for the privilege.
Jim Dalrymple’s album-recording project continues, as he experiments with finding the right acoustic and electric sounds and recording them on his Mac.
Jim Dalrymple’s album-recording project continues, as he turns to the Digidesign 003 Factory audio interface, Pro Tools LE 7 audio software, and M-Audio Octane preamp for his recording needs.