- Recording Quality
- GarageBand - we have discovered that some older versions of GarageBand cannot convert the Good and Betterrecordings created by iTalk. * If you record in Best, all versions of GarageBand are able to play the audio file correctly.
- If you've already uploaded files not recorded at Best (and they sound like chipmunks in GarageBand), you can create 44.1 KHz, 16-bit copies of those files in iTunes. To do so, go to iTunes Preferences (iTunes > Preferences). Once there you want the General Tab > Import Settings. Set the Import Using to AIFF Encoder and the Setting toCustom. Then choose these options:Then, Command-select all of the files you want to convert in your iTunes library and go to Advanced > Create AIFF Version. This will make a duplicate version of the file at the correct settings for GarageBand. If you get confused which copy is which, look for the column labeled Sample Rate. If you don't see a column with that label, Control-click on the Column Headers and choose Sample Rate. The copy at 44.1 KHz is the one you want to take into GarageBand (drag and drop).
- Keynote - we have not seen an issue with the different recording qualities that iTalk creates.
- Importing - the only issue we have discovered is with a wireless MacBook Pro. The computer will not make a successful connection with the iPod. If the MacBook Pro is connected through ethernet, everything works. All other computers are working properly.
- Handout for using iTalk Pro.
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