Dragging Apple Loops into your arrangement and choosing from alts


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Dragging Apple Loops into your arrangement and choosing from alts

Now that you've seen how powerful and easy it is to use filters to browse your Apple Loops library and preview individual loops, the next step is to drag and drop your chosen loops into the timeline. If you haven't seen the previous movie on browsing and filtering your Apple Loops library, I suggest you check it out now before continuing on here. Without a solid grasp of how to quickly browse your immense library of loops based on very specific criteria you can establish, it's very easy to be so overwhelmed with all the choices that very little creative work ever gets done. So take a look at how to do that and then join us here, and we'll look at putting loops together into the timeline to build a song.

So another thing that we can do in addition to browsing loops is bring in loops or files, audio files of any kind, from our computer desktop, or from within iTunes, into GarageBand to use, as we build up loops. So I happen to have a drum part saved in iTunes. So actually, ...

Dragging Apple Loops into your arrangement and choosing from alts
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Dragging Apple Loops into your arrangement and choosing from alts 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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GarageBand
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