Nov 24, 2007
Garageband is to change drums so they are running in 1/2 time. Once
in a while you can find drum loops that have a half time version, but
this is rare. And the half time drum loop should "fit" with the full
time loop. Here's what you do... Create a track with your drum loop.
Create a duplicate track of the drum loop, and slide the loop
forwards or backwards creating a double time or syncopated loop!!
Give it a try and always experiment! - svend / www.svend007.com
Nov 23, 2007
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Nov 20, 2007
using Apple's great new version of Garageband 3.0 (yes, I meant to
spell Addictions wrong :) - hope you like the new song. I used many
of the new cool features in Garageband 3.0 like visual EQ, and 4
effects at a time and the new Apple compressor effect. -
interested in learning more about SEO (search engine optimization)
and how it can help them market their music better! Besides my love
of composing music and using garageband, my "day job" is web design,
logo design, and SEO including a very unique service called SEO WEB
HOSTING. SEO is all about results! And those results are to get your
web site to the TOP of the search engines! As proof of how I do this,
think abot how you found this site :) - you went to google let's say,
and put in "garageband tips" and my site comes up on the first page
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Nov 18, 2007
When you record a track, and the song is set to repeat after so many
measures, garageband will record multiple takes as you play. What I
like to do is duplicate the track, copy the file to the new track,
and then I can listen to take 1 in track 1 and listen to take two in
the copied track. Give it a try! Svend - www.svend007.com