"The music is playing in the garage."
Translation:Kani ka pila ma ka hale kaʻa.
This is a pretty strange sentence. Grammatically accurate, but literally it means "The stringed instrument makes a sound in the garage." No tense indicated (such as ke...nei), and "ma loko o ka hale kaʻa" is good standard Hawaiian, but maybe DL will be using locatives more (such as "i loko o") at another level. It's been surprising to see that DL doesn't accept "komo i loko o" instead of "komo ma" in "komo" sentences. Again, that's standard Hawaiian: komo i loko, puka i waho.