Ok a few questions and maybe some advice... The 1st question is really bugging me.. 1) Can i import a song ( if so, what format does it need to be in ) i like to import backing tracks of songs into garage band ( just the drums, bass and vocals ) and then i lay down some guitar tracks...Each time i go to import a song thru itunes/apps/garage band app /add song...The song is never there on the iPad. Its MP3 format, so i need to convert it to something different? or is this not even possible on the iPad with Garage Band? 2) I have tried plugging my guitar straight into my iPad 2 with a 1/4-3.5 cable and using the built in amps, and its has horrible noise and sound quality.. ( ill admit i get a good clean amp sound, but for distorted its crap ) I have tried running Headphones OUT on my guitar preamp ( Line 6 PODxt, So i can plug in my headphones and jam without a problem ) but if i plug it into the iPad 3.5 and choose audio recorder ( not guitar because i dont want to use the iPad built in amps ) its still has a nasty, noisy , sound... I just picked up iRig ( which pretty much a 3.5 to 1/4 adapter which i already have but it has a headphone jack built into it which is nice ) I tried this, and the sound quality still is not there? I am confused... I am not expecting studio quality from the iPad so dont get me wrong, but if i build a amp on my PODxt ( say a Marshall JCM with a 4x12 cab ) and i plug in my headphones to the preamp and it sounds good thru my headphones, why wouldn't it sound the same on the iPad as it does thru my headphones? ( i am talking about, recording, not the actual speaker quality. Any advice on either of the 2 questions? So far the best way i have found to record distorted guitar is by using my Blue Yetti USB mic, plugged into the USB port on the camera connection kit and just mic my cab BUT i cant do this if i want to lay down some tracks late at night.. Suggestions, Help, Advice would be great...Thanks!