Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting up the metronome, part of iPad Music Production: AmpliTube.
Let's continue now looking through the tools section of AmpliTube, and the next item here is the Metronome.…This can be really useful when you want to practice your guitar on your own, but it's…pretty much essential when you want to record your guitar, especially if you're doing multitrack recording.…The Metronome just helps to keep all of your tracks in sync.…So you can simply turn it on by tapping On, and you start hearing it right away.…Now you can adjust the beat a couple of different ways here.…I can drag down for a slower tempo or drag it back to the right for a quicker tempo.…
Let's turn it off for a moment there.…Now if you know the exact tempo that you want, you can tap where it says BPM and then dial…in the tempo that you want.…This lets you be really precise with your beat by adjusting it by tenths.…Again, you can hear the beat that way.…That might be useful if you know the exact tempo that you want or if you're trying to…match a song's tempo to play along with it.…Now the other button here is Tap.…
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
Skill Level Beginner
Q: This course was updated on 8/09/2013. What changed?
<div>A: Garrick added four new movies, which cover: </div><div> · General changes in AmpliTube 3.0</div><div> · Integrating other audio apps with Audiobus </div><div> · Creating drum loops with Loop Drummer</div><div> · Exploring AmpliTube Studio, the complete multitrack studio environment included with AmpliTube 3.0</div>