#1
OK, i just got a Macbook Pro and it has garageband. unfortunately, i dont have anyway of attaching my guitar to it so that i can record. what sort of cord/adapter should i use? Where can i get this?

Thanks
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#2
Well...

Do you want it to sound *good* or do you just want sound?

You might want to think about investing in something like a Line 6 Toneport UX1.
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#3
I really just want it to sound right now, garageband has effects and stuff, but yea, im thinking about investing in something like a boss ME -50 eventually or something like that, i dont have much money right now though, soooo
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#4
get an adapter that will let your patchchord go into the mic input on your computer. The source or something should have them.
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#6
If you don't care about great sound for now, use the iSight microphone. I do a lot of recordings with that, and it's usually fine. That Behringer thing looks alright, too, I suppose.
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OK, i just got a Macbook Pro and it has garageband. unfortunately, i dont have anyway of attaching my guitar to it so that i can record. what sort of cord/adapter should i use? Where can i get this?

Thanks

you need to go to the proper form...R&R and read the stickies as well as watch the videos...
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#9
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Behringer UCA202 is fine. Not worth spending any more unless you're after top-quality professional gear.


its an interface, and it gets the job done, but this unit has no program and RCA inputs meaning you would need to run a small mixer with it...
Behringer does have a tiny mixer that would work...one XLR input on it and a few stereo inputs so you could run outputs of your guitar FX pedals.