Minor Garageband Audio Problem

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  1. fcpeditor113 macrumors newbie

    fcpeditor113

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    #1
    Last night I updated my Mac Mini to 10.5.8 and all of the other updates I needed.

    I went to work in Garageband( I have iLife 05 atm) and at first I got a CoreAudio Error, but I fixed it no problem. Today I started it back up once I got home, started Garageband and had no errors. As I started the audio project I played one of the drum ballads on it and I got no sound at all. I checked my speakers and tried it without external speakers and used the internal speaker on the Mac, but still got no sound.

    If anyone knows how I can fix this minor problem(I hope it is) then please respond.

    Thank you.
     
  2. BlueRevolution macrumors 603

    BlueRevolution

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    Silly question, but have you checked the volume?

    Take a look under  -> System Preferences -> Sound -> Output. What do you see listed there?
     
  3. fcpeditor113 thread starter macrumors newbie

    fcpeditor113

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    I know it's a silly question, I don't have as much knowledge of come Mac OS X things compared to PC.

    When I got to System Preferences>>Sound>>Audio Ouput
    all that it shows is
    Name: Headphones Type:Build-in Audio
     
  4. Jolly Jimmy macrumors 65816

    Jolly Jimmy

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    Have you checked the Audio/midi preferences within garageband?
     
  5. fcpeditor113 thread starter macrumors newbie

    fcpeditor113

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    That was the problem. The audio output was not selected when I checked the preferences. I have it set to play through the internal audio now.

    Thank you for the help.:)
     

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