New GarageBand iOS Version 2.3.4 – iPhone/iPad

New GarageBand iOS Version 2.3.4 – iPhone/iPad

Update to GarageBand on the iPhone and iPad including integration with the Schoolwork app and platform, new note labels for touch instruments and some bug fixes and stability improvements.

In this video, I take a look at the new GarageBand iOS update (version 2.3.4) and how to enable the new note labels feature, as well as a bug fix that many users have been waiting for.

Previous GarageBand version update videos:
Nov 2017 – Version 2.3 major update –
Jan 2018 – Flex & Flow Sound pack –
Mar 2018 – Toy Box Sound Effects (v2.3.3) –

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Headphone Jack (USB) for iPhone 7/8/X – Using a USB Sound Card Hub

Turns out that using a USB Sound Card/Hub with a Lightning to USB adapter is a great way to get a standard headphone jack to use with your iPhone 7, 8 or X, as well as any other iPhone or iPad.

In this video I test out a $7 USB Sound Card/Hub using my iPad Air 2 to see how effective it can be to provide a standard 3.5mm/1/8″ jack for any iOS device.

I was pleasantly surprised with the result!

The USB hub allowed me to connect a MIDI keyboard (separately powered) to record keyboard instruments in GarageBand iOS, as well as monitor my audio using the built-in 3.5mm stereo headphone jack.

Note: A Lightning to USB adapter is also required to use this device with an iPhone or iPad. More information about this adapter is available here –

Remember that these devices are generic and can differ in quality, therefore the performance and compatibility may vary and cannot be guaranteed.

If you are looking to purchase any of the products mentioned in this video, links are below. Please note that some of these links are affiliate links, which means that I may be paid a small commission if you make a purchase. Thank you for supporting the channel.

– Product Links –

Lightning to USB Adapater (Genuine Apple):

Lightning to USB 3 Adapter (Genuine Apple – includes additional lightning port):

USB Hub/Sound Card (Similar model to the one I reviewed):

M-Audio Keystation 49 II (Updated model of my keyboard):


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Lightning to USB 3 Adapter:

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