Become Familiar with GarageBand’s User Interface. Find out how to Navigate around and what all of those Buttons do!
Here is one way to start the process: Lay down a foundation with some Rhythm. For those who want to make a full production recording project, this is a great way to start solid, and allow for more elements to be added.
Here are the basics behind recording a software instrument. There will also be a quick review of the steps to get started.
It is amazing how adding simple layers on top of an existing track can add so much space and depth. Take what you know about recording a software instrument and add an overdub.
Before we get to far into our Project, it is important to take note of where we are, and make sure we are happy with our results so far. With that said, there are Global changes that we can make to the project in terms of tempo and key. Let us show you!
Here is an in depth look at how to record software instruments and some inherent features of using them.
It is amazing how quickly you can setup a Guitar track and record. Here’s how
GarageBand makes it very easy to quickly build up your recording project. In this section we will show you how, by using loops, recording software and real instrument tracks. This section is a great way to review what you have learned and help you pick up the pace.
Once you become comfortable with Multi Track recording, here are some additional Features of Garageband and Digital recording that open a world of opportunity.
Though it is wise, not to mention easy, to lock tracks. Why exactly would we want to? The answer isn’t as simple as you may think.
Whether correcting mistakes or laying down a track for the first time, you can save a lot of time by looping a short clip of a large composition and loop it over a time span of your choosing.