Recording on a Mac with Apogee ONE and GiO in GarageBand
In this tutorial we will show you how easy it is to use both ONE and GiO at the same time in either Logic or GarageBand.
First Open Audio MIDI Setup
Click on the plus button in the lower left corner to add a new aggregate device
Now when you expand the Aggregate Device, you will see ONE and GiO
By clicking on ONE or GiO you can individually adjust Input and Output volume
You can also make it so that it is the device used for Computer sound output, for listening to iTunes etc..
In GarageBand choose Preferences, Audio/MIDI
Change Audio Output to “Aggregate Device”
Change Audio Input to “Aggregate Device”
Now select the input for each track so for the vocal track choose Mono 1. Since ONE was selected first when you built the Aggregate device it is input 1
So now for Guitar you will choose Mono 2 for GiO
In Logic choose Preferences, Audio
Change the Output & Input device to “Aggregate Device”
In Logic you can make custom labels for your inputs and outputs
Click on Options,Audio,I/O Labels
Name Input #1
Do the same for Input #2
You can now select either ONE or GiO on any of the tracks in Logic
Now you can record vocals with ONE, guitars with GiO, and remotely control all the functions in Logic or GarageBand with your foot…All at the same time.