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For over a year I've wanted to be part of a virtual orchestra.. plus, it is great motivation for me, thank you for doing this!
My violin is a Yamaha silent electric which I play only using my headphones, I have no amplifier to hook up to. Is there a way to record by using just my Mac (latest OS) and/or iPhone6?
Good question Karen. I ended up getting a little amp for mine. I didn't know how to amplify through mini ipad or phone... .or computer.
I hope someone has some info here for Ya!
I did find a fun app called Studio Mini for my Iphone... its kinda fun, once I figured out just barely how to handle it.. 🙂
Vibrato Desperato.... Desperately seeking vibrato
Wow, thank you.. so very much, I'll try this, if all works out you have enhanced delight in my life, much sincere gratitude here.
(a little later)
This works so far: From the violin's "phones" input, I plugged into my Mac's "line in", started a new video recording from Quicktime Player. Although I can plug my headphones into the Mac's microphone to hear as I play, it has a slight delay.. lol.. so instead I'll listen to the "silent" .. less quality sound as I play. At least the recording sounds okay so far.
I suppose now its time to practice. 🙂
Hey there. I record my electric guitar into rockband on my mac book, using a cable with a patch chord on one end and USB on the other. I works great.
I had to buy the playstation 3 game "Rock Smith" just for the cord tho... Cool game if you play guitar.
Another thing you can use on an I phone or I pad is called "I Rig" i have that too but would rather use the mac.
would upload picts, but can't figure it out...
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