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1. Launch Garage Band, and create an audio track. 2. Go to View -> Open Smart Control Click on the "i" icon on the smart control top bar, then drag the scroll bar to find Audio FX slots. Click on the Audio FX Slot and find Helix Native from Audio Units -> Line 6 -> Helix Native
Hey guys, I'm running a 27-inch late 2012 iMac with MacOS version 10.9.4 (13E28) I installed an update for MacOS a few days ago and noticed that Garageband (and POD HD Pro Edit) no longer recognized my POD HD Pro. When I run Line 6 Monkey it does prompt me to install Drivers version 7.3.6, which I have done two or three times (restarted when prompted at end of installation each time). But once my iMac comes back up and I re-launch Line 6 Monkey, it still shows that I need to install the Drivers update. I'm certain this is the issue seeing as everything was functioning fine prior to the MacOS update, and the Drivers update info even says "This driver adds support for Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks) Is anyone else having this issue or might happen to know a fix for this? Any and all help is greatly appreciated. -J
Scott_TN posted a topic in Computer Audio Setup and TroubleshootingI have a Spider Valve MKII and I want to record my guitar during band practice to my iPad or Macbook. I have an iRig however I definately some other interface. What are my choices? Basically, recording from my guitar to the iPad is how the iRig is designed so I need to add my amp to the equation. Any help is greatly appreciated, Thank you.