Currently Being ModeratedJan 30, 2013 9:24 PM (in response to nastashas)
What software instrument have you loaded up?
I think the first thing to do is of course to consult the manual.
From the above link read: "Configuring Your Audio Hardware". (this includes the computer's built in sound).
You will probably want Built-In-Sound for both In and Output.
Also go to your Utilities folder and Open "Audio MIDI Setup", the Audio Tab will let you see the current setup for Mac sound, I presume you're listening through the Mac speakers? Make sure they're selected as the output.
Second is this.
Choose: Exploring Logic Pro
From there choose chapter 3. Working With Instruments.
To use Logic, the user manuals are imperative, that is unless you have a solid background of using professional Audio/MIDI sequencing software.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 31, 2013 10:47 PM (in response to Pancenter)
<To use Logic, the user manuals are imperative, that is unless you have a solid background of using professional Audio/MIDI sequencing software>
But even then one could assume things which aren't there at all or the other way round. When trouble shooting logic 'user manuals' are essential and when you are a seasoned Logic expert you'll use it to double check the facts, because in Logic problems just aren't logic at all sometimes.