All things GB. Set up. Recording, Editing. tips tricks and techniques. From set up to burning to disc.
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Started by Paul Stephen Eklund. Last reply by Mark Bliss Oct 6, 2011. 1 Reply 0 Likes
This is by no means a reason not to ask or share information about GB. Just a collection of great links to find help on this program and recording in general. These first links were provided by great…Continue
Started by Paul Stephen Eklund. Last reply by Paul Stephen Eklund Aug 28, 2011. 3 Replies 0 Likes
OK as soon as I lean how to save some of this. AND make a track worth listening to...LOL What I was looking for was a way to make a single instrument sound fuller without adding a lot of effects to…Continue
Started by Paul Stephen Eklund. Last reply by Slowpaw Steve T Apr 13, 2011. 2 Replies 0 Likes
Great place to start! Just this morning I learned that I can use a 1/4 inch to 1/8 inch mono cable to plug my guitar directly into me Mac! have you ever used two cheap cassette recorders with built…Continue
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after ten head trauma's, things are different. i have used GB for six months or so now and would love learn to expand it. Here is a link to some of the noise of late.
looking forward to feedback
Great Group! Just the people I need to learn from!
Thanks for this. Seems to be whatI need.
Hey Webweaver this should help: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3791239?start=0&tstart=0
So how do I export something I have recorded on Garage Band on my iPad onto my laptop and/or on to the interweb? Thanks
I agree, I never really thought about layering multiple tracks of the same guitar to the extent he goes into it. Really love all the short cut keys also the description on how to punch in and edit is very helpful. I am looking forward to trying some of this stuff out soon.
One of the things I found really interesting was the idea of multiple tracks for the same instrument as well as the tips for looping recorded tracks which I didn't not know was possible without copying pasting across the timeline. I have found lots of good tips and I am not even halfway through the vids yet!
Hey Congolio what a great find... Just like you said a lot of really good information anybody willing to take the time can learn a lot. Thanks for the post....
I just came across this site which has a ton of interesting and informative info on getting set up and recording with Garageband. The guy does pretty good video tutorial in easy to swallow bit sized pieces.
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