Recording multiple takes with cycle record


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Recording multiple takes with cycle record

To get the bass part of this song down, I am going to create a new real instrument track by clicking the plus and double-clicking on Real Instrument. I've connected my bass amp's line out directly to my audio interface, as I'd like to record the bass with my own bass sound. If I wanted to, I could plug the bass directly in and use GarageBand's amps simulators and effects to get my sound. But in this case, I'd like to record my bass part straight out of the ashdown. I am all connected and ready to set an input level for recording. I will make sure Monitors is On, so I can hear my bass sound coming through the headphones along with the guitar and drums, and I'll click the check box for Automatic Level Control and let GarageBand set a good level for me.

(music playing) Okay cool, I can click that check box off and my input level sticks. I think I'm ready to go. I'll keep Count-In on, so I have one bar to get ready after hitting record and since I have a solid d...

Recording multiple takes with cycle record
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Recording multiple takes with cycle record 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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