#1
Hi,

I use Garageband on a Mac and a Tascam US122 mkii audio interface to record my guitar.

If I want to play other instruments is a midi keyboard the right solution? I'ld like to make songs and add a bassline or some synths or drums.

Thanks,

Din.
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Last edited by Din Viesel at Feb 9, 2012,
#2
You can just draw the synth parts in with the mouse ya know.
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#3
If you can play piano, then yes.
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#4
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If you can play piano, then yes.


I actually did 4 years of classical piano studies. Unfortunately that was over 20 years ago so I'm afraid not much will be left of it.

@chemicalFire : I'm not so good with a mouse. By the time I get anything on "paper" my inspiration is long gone.
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#5
Any keyboard with Midi Out on it will work. Hell, even those cheap starter Casio keyboards you see at Walmart for $25 have Midi Out on em and will work
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