Can I open a WAV file in GarageBand?

You can import audio files of the following file types into a GarageBand project: AIFF. CAF. WAV.

Can I edit a WAV file in GarageBand?

GarageBand has not been designed as an audio editor; its main purpose is recording, synthesizing, arranging, and mixing music and tracks. For editing audio files you would be better off with an audio edtor like Audacity. GarageBand lets you import wav files, and you apply the built-in filters and effects.

Can you import audio into GarageBand?

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.

Why can’t I import GarageBand files?

iMovie needs an audio file to use as a sound track. It cannot render the GarageBAnd project directly. Either share your GarageBand project to iTunes and use the song from iTunes with iMove or ensure, that your GarageBand project has been saved with an iLife Preview, so it is visible in the Media Browser.

How do I edit tracks in GarageBand?

Open the Audio Editor

  1. Double-click an audio region in the Tracks area.
  2. Select an audio track, then click the Editors button in the control bar.
  3. Select an audio track, then choose View > Show Editor.

How do I unlock an audio track in GarageBand?

In GarageBand on Mac, click the Lock button in the track header. If the Lock button isn’t visible in the track header, choose Track > Track Header > Show Lock Button. The lock turns green to indicate that the track is locked. To unprotect the track, click the Lock button again.

How do I export a WAV file from GarageBand?

In GarageBand on Mac, choose Share > Export Song to Disk. To rename the exported file, select the name in the Save As field, then enter a new name. Choose a location to save the exported file from the Where pop-up menu. Select the format for the exported file (AAC, MP3, AIFF, or WAVE).

Why can’t I import GarageBand Files?

How do I open an audio file in GarageBand?

How do I import my own audio files?

  1. Click on Finder in the Mac Dock.
  2. Locate the file that you wish to import. Click and drag the file onto an existing track or a new track in GarageBand. GarageBand supports the following formats: .AIFF, .CAF, .WAV, .AAC (except protected AAC files), Apple Lossless, .MP3, .MIDI.

How do you unlock tracks in GarageBand?