Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using effects and sends, part of iPad Music Production: AmpliTube.
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One of the coolest things about working in AmpliTube is that the sound of your recorded…guitar is not set in stone.…Let's listen to the last guitar track we recorded in the previous movie.…I'm going to tap the S button to Solo that track, meaning all the other tracks that may…have recorded will be muted, and I'll only hear this track.…(music playing)…So that sounds like it did in the previous movie, but the interesting thing here is we…only really captured the guitar performance and an unprocessed sound.…
I'm going to play the track again, and this time I'm using Amp button to choose in different amps.…(music playing)…And for that matter, I can even hide the recorder while it's playing and manually adjust the…Amp, Cabinet, and Microphone settings.…
(music playing)…So, unlike recording a real amp with a microphone, you're not locked into the sound you had selected when you recorded.…You can always change your mind.…Now this may be a good thing or a bad thing depending on how decisive or indecisive you tend to be.…
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