What is the difference between INPUT and OUTPUT volume in GarageBand iOS? (iPhone/iPad)
There are a number of places that you can adjust the gain (volume) in GarageBand iOS. So how do you know what volume you should set in each place? Well in this video I’m going to show you how to use the input, output and master volumes effectively in GarageBand iOS.
Here’s a quick overview:
1. Input gain – this is the volume of your microphone or input device and is important to set low enough to ensure you are not clipping
2. Output gain – this is the volume of the playback of each individual track, which doesn’t impact the input or clipping, but it still important to keep low
3. Master/playback volume – this is the volume of your iPad or iPhone, or the external headphone amp or interface that you are using to play back your track
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