Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Sharing your song online, part of GarageBand for iOS Essential Training.
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If you want to share your song with a larger audience, emailing each person individually …from GarageBand probably is going to be a little bit too time-consuming. …Instead, you can take advantage of GarageBand's connection to three of the most popular social …networks for sharing content. …Again we start it the same way, here in the My Songs area, we tap Edit, we select our …song and then we tap the Share button. …So you can see here we have the options to share to Facebook, YouTube, and SoundCloud. …Chances are, you already have a Facebook account or possibly a YouTube account, and you will …find a lot of musicians have been signing up for SoundCloud accounts.…
SoundCloud is kind of the YouTube of audio files as a service dedicated just for serving …up audio streams. …So in each case, you will need an account with each one of these services before you …can tap one of these buttons. …So for instance, if I tap YouTube, the first thing it asked me to do is sign-in with my …Username and Password. …
- Selecting instruments
- Setting up a song
- Playing touch keyboards and drums
- Playing Smart Instruments
- Using real guitar amps
- Working with loops
- Recording instrument tracks
- Editing MIDI tracks
- Importing audio files
- Exporting songs to multiple locations
Skill Level Beginner
GarageBand '11 Essential Trainingwith Todd Howard4h 58m Beginner
iPad Music Production: AmpliTubewith Garrick Chow1h 46m Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Playing Touch Instruments
3. Playing Smart Instruments
4. Playing Real Instruments
5. Recording, Editing, and Mixing
6. Exporting and Sharing
Sharing your song online1m 35s
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