Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Bouncing, copying, and pasting, part of iPad Music Production: AmpliTube.
If you reach a point where you fill all eight available tracks in AmpliTube's recorder,…and you would still like to add additional tracks, you can free up some space doing what's…called Bouncing your tracks.…Bouncing mixes all the current tracks into a single track freeing up an additional seven tracks.…Of course, the downside to this is that you'll no longer be able to mix your bounced tracks,…since they'll all be combined into a single track.…But if you just needed to get that ninth track in, here's how you do it.…First I'm going to duplicate this project because bouncing is permanent and while we're…at it, let's Rename it too. I'll just call this Demo.…
Now go to Projects List, and I can see my project in here and with it selected, I'm going to tap Clone.…So that asks me if I want to Duplicate Demo. And I do.…So that creates a copy of the project I can play around with here.…To use it, I'll tap Load. So you can see now I'm working with Demo copy.…All right, so now my original version is still safe and sound, and I have this copy to play around with.…
Check out the rest of the iPad Music Production courses for more information on making professional-level recordings with your iPad.
- Setting up inputs
- Using the tuner
- Demoing amp and FX settings
- Choosing an amp and cabinet
- Saving favorite amps and presets
- Importing songs to play along with
- Using effects and sends
- Exporting your song