Recording real instruments


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Recording real instruments

At this point, we have added some drums, some percussion and a keyboard part to our song. I actually added a chorus part to the keyboard to complete it before starting to record this movie. I have asked to Todd to join me again, so he can play some guitar for the next track while I continue to operate the iPad. So we are going to create a guitar track by tapping the plus button. We'll select the Guitar Amp and I am going to go to the Input Setting here, make sure the Monitor is On so we can hear what's going on. Now we are running the guitar through the Apogee JAM that we saw in an earlier movie that's going right into the doc connector of the iPad.

I think we are already tuned up, we have prepared by tuning before we started recording this movie. And we have actually already come up with a guitar sound that I have saved here under Custom, properly called Todd 1. Again if you need a review on how I did all these different things go back and watch the movie on play...

Recording real instruments
Video duration: 6m 32s 2h 48m Beginner Updated Aug 02, 2013

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Recording real instruments provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Garrick Chow as part of the GarageBand for iOS Essential Training

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Audio + Music
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GarageBand
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