Although GarageBand detects the MIDI Driver, no sound is played when I hit the keys. I tested on The Musical Typing just to check that it wasn't a problem with the audio not being played from GarageBand, but nope - it's just my physical keyboard not playing sound. Using GarageBand Normalization to Correct Your Low Audio Inputs by Douglas Karr on Martech Zone.
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- In the App Store, tap Updates. Find GarageBand in the list. If you see Update next to GarageBand, tap Update. If not, skip this step.
- If you use Audio Units Extensions or Inter-App Audio apps as instruments or effects with GarageBand, check with the manufacturer for updates.
- If you use an external audio interface, disconnect it. If GarageBand works, you might need to update or service your audio interface.
- Delete any Audio Units Extensions or Inter-App Audio apps.
- Create a new song, then play it. If it works, check your other songs and solo tracks to see which one caused the issue.
- Reset GarageBand. Go to Settings > GarageBand, then tap Reset GarageBand. When you reset GarageBand, your song files, presets, or patches aren't affected. Other custom settings, such as the 24-bit audio resolution and Multitrack Recording settings, are reset to factory defaults.
- Back up any songs on your device. Then delete GarageBand and redownload it.
Still not working? Contact Apple support.
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- Use GarageBand on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.
- Visit the GarageBand Support page for more articles and support resources for GarageBand.
- Share tips and solutions with fellow GarageBand users from all around the world. Visit the GarageBand for iOS Support Community.
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If you are unable to hear your electric guitar when you play along with guitar lessons, check your setup to verify you are connected properly.
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- From the lesson window, click Setup in the upper-right corner.
- From the 'My Input Device' menu, choose Guitar if your electric guitar is plugged into the built-in line input on your computer; if it's plugged into an external audio interface, choose External Guitar.
Note: To play along with lessons, the guitar must be plugged into the first input of your audio interface.
- After you have checked your guitar input, verify 'Monitor On' is selected from the 'My Input Device' menu.