Jamming along with your composition


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Jamming along with your composition

Now that I've got a bit of song built up using Apple Loops and also a drum part that I imported that was an AAC file I had in iTunes, it's time to plug my bass in and jam along with my little composition. So the way I am going to do that is Option+Command+N for new track, I am going to select Real Instrument and before I do, I am just going to look in Instrument Setup and make sure that my instrument is connected with the Apogee ONE, which it is, and it is currently in Instrument mode. It's Mono track, and I do want to hear my bass as I play.

I am going to click Create. GarageBand created a basic track for me with no effects. Before I actually go to setting up the bass sound, I should set my recording level and make sure that I am not overloading things. The Apogee ONE tends to be pretty sensitive, so I need to make sure this is down low enough to not distort it while I am recording. So I am going to use Automatic Level Control and just play a few notes. (music playing) So that l...

Jamming along with your composition
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Jamming along with your composition provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Todd Howard as part of the GarageBand '11 Essential Training

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
GarageBand
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