Can you record more than one track simultaneously in GarageBand v1.1?

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  1. gururyan

    gururyan Member

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    I can record separate left/right channels simultaneously, but not two separate tracks. Anybody know if I am overlooking something or if v1.1 does not allow this? I want to record my guitars with two mics, but as it stands now I can only get it to allow my condenser mic to be on one channel and the 57 to be on the other. If that's all I can get, then can anybody tell me how I can mix the channels in GarageBand? I don't want one mic 100% left and one 100% right. I tried duplicating the track and then trying to figure out a way to flip the channels, but didn't see anything. I'm getting frustrated trying to do something that should be easy.
     
  2. JTPRecords

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    I know this is very old, but did you ever figure it out? I am trying to do the same thing and cannot figure it out. did you have any luck?
     
  3. retro

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    If your question pertains to 1.1...iirc multitrack recording wasn't possible until version 2.
     
  4. scottlr

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    It's been a long time. But as I recall, if you have a 2 channel interface, you set one for input one MONO, and the other for input 2 MONO, and assign them to two separate tracks. I believe 2 tracks was the max on ver. 1.1, with up to 8 tracks IIRC with ver. 2.0, but like I said, that was a long time ago. I am quite sure about my first statement, as I did some recordings with a bass player direct into one track, and me in the other.
     

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