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Importing from protools into garage band

Discussion in 'Pro Tools' started by tempest1226, Dec 5, 2006.

  1. tempest1226

    tempest1226 Guest

    Hey everyone. Title says it all. How could i import guitar tracks from protools into a garage band session so i can do the drums in garage band. Also. How can i have it so i can record real instruments with garage band if i have a digi002. Cause whenever i set up a real instrument track i have no idea how to and where to hook up the digi002 or activate it so i can just have my mics and controls from the digi002 right into garage band. Or if this is not possible how do i hook this kidna configuration up so i can record real instruments in garage band. thanks everyone as always. Help would be awesome. thanks
  2. gdoubleyou

    gdoubleyou Well-Known Member

    you have to download the crappy core audio drivers from Digi's website.

  3. tempest1226

    tempest1226 Guest

    how do i do that if my recording computer doesnt have the internet for me to download to the computer. Do i have to put it onto CD. If so how. I never tried downloading any updates, plugins, or anything of the sort onto CD to be uploaded onto my recording computer. thanks
  4. gdoubleyou

    gdoubleyou Well-Known Member

    Check your PTLE instsall disk otherwise you will have to download and take it to your machine. by cd, or USB flash drive.

    There is no reason your mac should not be connected to the web, currently there are no Mac virii in the wild.

  5. tempest1226

    tempest1226 Guest

    about the mac not having the web. dont you have to hook up a web service to it just like a pc. thats what im saying. We have comcast and it just goes to our home computer (PC).
  6. MasonBlack

    MasonBlack Guest

    I don't know if this i what you mean when you say you want to import tracks into GB, but surely you can just bounce whatever guitar tracks you want down into 1 file and then drag into GB as an audio track. Or if you also want to have each guitar track available to you in GB, locate the files in your pro tools folder and drag them across into your GB session.

    If that's not what you meant, you can also ReWire pro-tools and Garageband, so that you can have both programs linked up and running simultaneously.

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