How to Use Tempo, Time Signature, and Key in your Project


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Creating a project with tempo, time signature, and key

Whenever you want to create a new project in GarageBand, you'll have two quick stops to make first. The first of these is the New Project chooser. On the left side you'll need to choose what you want to do in GarageBand--create a new project, work on a learn-to-play lesson, create a ring tone, and so on-- and on the right side, depending on which you've chosen, how you are going to do it. So if you click on New Project, you'll see that there are nine project starter templates designed to save you time. If you are doing one of the things listed here--writing a song or playing electric guitar--just go ahead and choose it.

You can always modify it later. Keep in mind that all of these project types are just preset window configurations optimized for each specific task, and you can use these as starting places. The point is, if you choose Electric Guitar, you're not precluding yourself from creating a podcast or a Loops-based song; it will just take you less steps to get ther...

Creating a project with tempo, time signature, and key
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Creating a project with tempo, time signature, and key provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Todd Howard as part of the GarageBand '11 Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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