Can I Import Midi Files To Garageband On Ipad

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How to save/export as a MIDI file in GarageBand. Ask Question. Opening a midi file (.mid) in GarageBand is the easiest thing ever, but how do I go the other direction? I want to take a piece I recorded as a midi performance in GarageBand and turn it into a midi file. How can this be done? But that can export as a MIDI file?

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Can I Import Midi Files To Garageband On Ipad Mac

You can only import GarageBand Project Files (Song FIles) and Audio Files via iTunes File Sharing into GarageBand on the iPad. Importing MIDI Files is not possible.

However, if you really need that feature , there is a workaround. Very complicated, but doable.

  1. Import the MIDI file into GarageBand 11 on the Mac (sorry, Mac only)
  2. Save that GarageBand Project
  3. Modify the GarageBand file so it can be imported into GarageBand for iPad. Per default, you cannot open a GarageBand 11 Project File in GarageBand for iPad, even if they have the same file extension (.band). There is some information available on the internet how to surgically alter the GarageBand 11 file so it can be opened in GarageBand for iPad.
  4. Import that modified GarageBand 11 file into GarageBand iPad. Open it and copy the MIDI Region (tap on the MIDI Region and select Copy from the command strip)
  5. Now switch to the Song where you need that MIDI file, select a MIDI Track and Paste the Region (tap on the Track Lane and tap on the Paste command)

Can I Import Midi Files To Garageband On Ipad Free

As you can see, you really have to have those MIDI files badly to jump through all those hoops.


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Jan 31, 2013 10:21 AM

GarageBand User Guide for iPad

You can import audio and MIDI files from your computer and use them in your GarageBand song. You can add:

  • Audio files to an existing Audio Recorder or Amp track

  • MIDI files to an existing Keyboard or Drums track

  • Audio or MIDI files to new tracks

  • Audio or MIDI files to your song from iCloud Drive or your iPad using the Files app

When you import an audio file, it’s converted to a 44.1 kHz sample rate, 16-bit depth format if the original format is different. Imported audio files don’t follow tempo changes you make in GarageBand.

When you import a multitrack MIDI file, GarageBand creates a new Keyboard track for each track in the MIDI file. The total number of resulting tracks cannot exceed 32 tracks. You cannot add multitrack MIDI files to cells in Live Loops.

Import audio and MIDI files from your computer

  1. On your computer, add the audio or MIDI files you want to import to the GarageBand File Sharing area in the Finder.

  2. In GarageBand on your iPad, set the current song section to Automatic to import the entire audio or MIDI file; otherwise, only the portion of the file that fits the current song section is imported.

    After importing the audio or MIDI file, you can make the song section longer, then resize the region so more of it plays.

  3. Tap the Tracks View button to open Tracks view, then tap the Loop Browser button in the control bar.

    A message appears asking if you want to move the audio or MIDI files to the GarageBand File Transfer folder.

  4. Tap Move Files.

    The files are moved to the GarageBand File Transfer folder.

  5. To preview an audio file, tap it in the list. You can control the preview volume with the slider at the bottom of the list.

  6. Drag an audio or MIDI file from the list to Tracks view. Align the left edge of the file with the bar or beat (on the ruler) where you want it to start playing.

    A new region created from the audio or MIDI file is trimmed to the end of the current song section, unless the current song section is set to Automatic. You can make the song section longer or slow down the tempo, then resize the region so that more of it plays.

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Import audio and MIDI files with the Files app

  1. Set the current song section to Automatic to import the entire audio or MIDI file; otherwise, only the portion of the file that fits the current song section is imported.

    After importing the file, you can make the song section longer, then resize the region so that more of it plays.

  2. Tap the Tracks View button to open Tracks view, tap the Loop Browser button in the control bar, then tap Files.

  3. Tap “Browse items from the Files app,” then locate and tap an audio or MIDI file to import it.

  4. To preview an audio file, tap it in the list. You can control the preview volume with the slider at the bottom of the list.

  5. Drag an audio or MIDI file from the list to Tracks view. Align the left edge of the file with the bar or beat (on the ruler) where you want it to start playing.

    A new region created from the audio or MIDI file is trimmed to the end of the current song section, unless the current song section is set to Automatic. You can make the song section longer or slow down the tempo, then resize the region so that more of it plays.

Import audio and MIDI files using Slide Over

  1. Set the current song section to Automatic to import the entire audio or MIDI file; otherwise, only the portion of the file that fits the current song section is imported.

    After importing the file, you can make the song section longer, then resize the region so that more of it plays.

  2. Swipe up twice from the bottom edge of the screen.

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    The Dock appears.

  3. In the Dock, touch and hold the Files app, drag it towards the upper-right corner of the screen, then let go.

    A Slide Over window opens.

  4. Locate the audio or MIDI file you want to import. If the file is in iCloud Drive, tap the Download button to download it before importing.

  5. Touch and hold the file, then drag it from the Slide Over window to Tracks view. Align the left edge of the file with the bar or beat (on the ruler) where you want it to start playing.

    A new region created from the audio or MIDI file is trimmed to the end of the current song section, unless the current song section is set to Automatic. You can make the song section longer or slow down the tempo, then resize the region so that more of it plays.