Can I use the iRig as an input for guitar to GarageBand on my MacBook Pro?
- Asked by John H from Kensington
- Nov 26, 2010
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6 Answers from the Community
Yes, you can. I do it my self, and you can see the compatible devices at ikmultimedia site.
- Answered by Pedro C from Fortaleza
- Feb 27, 2012
yes you can but you need to go into the options and change the headphone jack to a input or output or whatever lol it does work because that how i record stuff trust me :)
- Answered by Robert M
- Feb 22, 2012
yes you can... you can record your guitar with the irig
- Answered by Hardy R
- Jan 2, 2011
NO, your irig will turn into a feedback generator, use only for iPhone or iPad. dangerous to your hearing
- Answered by Danilo S from Phoenix
- Jul 10, 2012
You could if you run your guitar through your iPhone/iPad/iPod and then plug the audio output on the iRig into your line in input on your MacBook. It won't work to plug the iRig directly into your MacBook.
- Answered by Brian G from Brantford
- Dec 25, 2010
No, because the mac will not pick up mic input from the fourth conductor.
- Answered by Ryan G from Abbotsford
- Jan 14, 2011