Padcasting from the iPad and Garageband

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Garageband for the iPad came out in the App Store and I gave it a test, doing some “padcasting”. It’s a very polished interface, typical high quality Apple standards, but there are some gotchas. Watch more in the 2 minute video.

Padcasting with the iPad and Garageband for iPad

Mobile editing of audio is awesome for all podcasters, and you can interchange desktop Garageband projects with the mobile version (sync through iTunes), so if sound quality is important, record on the desktop with your awesome gear and then send the file to the iPad for editing while on the go.

The glitch in the video with the recorder coming to a dead stop was easily solved – my iPad was out of disk space. Make sure if you’re getting an iPad 2 to spring for disk space or you’re going to run out really, really fast.

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3 responses to “Padcasting from the iPad and Garageband”

  1. Hey Chris, not bad sound on the audio from the top Mic. I’ve been thinking about using an iPad as well for podcasting since seeing iPad 2 and curious if you have any experience with the Blue Mickey that hooks into the 30 pin. Does this help the audio or is it about the same ?

    Happy Friday !

  2. Thanks for sharing, Chris. Very interesting. I always love seeing and hearing your tips and insights.

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