Reordering, duplicating, and deleting song sections using the Arrangement track


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Reordering, duplicating, and deleting song sections using the Arrangement track

In an earlier movie we went through the process of creating arrangement markers to identify sections of the song, verse, pre-chorus, chorus, and so on. The following example will show you how to create a full-length song out of unique small sections just by using the power of the arrangement track and a little old fashioned copy and paste. Now this example doesn't really work great for this song that we are working on. This song was sort of composed to be a one-minute long piece, but it's still going to work perfectly fine for this example, just probably not going to give us the kind of results that you might get if you had intended to do this.

Now one approach to building a song in GarageBand is to record a perfect verse, a perfect chorus, in the arrangement that you want to do it, with guitar, bass, drums, sort of have a solid rhythm section, and then you use the technique we are about to go through to kind of build out a longer arrangement of the song. And at that point lay i...

Reordering, duplicating, and deleting song sections using the Arrangement track
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Reordering, duplicating, and deleting song sections using the Arrangement track 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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