I’ll be covering all of the things that I will not be covering in my iPhone article. But I know what you want to know so here you go (not so cool, but I was thinking of it, but it’s actually pretty useful): Record music with your iPod/iPhone! The iPad Pro is a very good option, but I know it’s harder to do than some of these other options. Let’s go.
I will not be covering anything related to Apple Music (Apple’s music streaming and music/podcasting platform). And I will NOT be covering anything specific to the iPad Pro! I will be discussing this as a whole, and how I would use it with my iPhone if I did get it!
Alright! I’m done! Let’s get to the music!
To see what kind of music I recorded with my iPad Pro, I recorded this:
I recommend you grab a bunch of free music for your iPhone and listen to songs from there, as well.
There are other apps, like Audible and Spotify, that you can download to use with your iPhone, for listening to audio, but none are for your iPad.
Download iTunes for your iPhone (it may be free, it’s completely your responsibility, but I recommend it anyway.)
I have it running off my iPod Touch, and after that I’ll add my other devices (iPod, iPhone, iPad) to the iTunes control panel. (Edit: I had to move a bunch of things around in it to get the controls to work, but I don’t mind, and I have no desire to put in more work.)
The controls for the iPad Pro are fairly similar to the iTunes ones:
There are also some extra things that I need to do later on in the recording process on my iPhone. I’ll list them in a separate section when it’s relevant:
After you’ve recorded a song, you have to transfer it to your iPhone so that it can play it over wifi or whatever. Here’s how you do it:
Use iTunes or iTunes Match on your computer to transfer the file that the song resides on. You really don’t have to do this. However, just in case, here’s what you’re going to need:
Apple’s iTunes software is the default way to transfer songs.
If you’re using Mac OS X, this is probably something you can install on your
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