- [Instructor] All right, so previously I recorded…this drum track onto a single region…onto a single softer instrument track.…Now, one of the frustrations some people have…when recording softer instrument drums…is that all of the individual drum parts,…the kick, the snare, and the hi-hat in this case,…all end up together in this one region.…Now you do have some control over the levels…of the individual instruments by opening up…the Smart Controls panel here for the drum track,…and you can see that we have dials here to adjust…the levels of the kick, snare, tom, hi-hat symbols…and percussion instruments.…So this will allow you to mix the parts…in this single region.…
However, sometimes you might want more control than this.…For example, you might wanna use one drum kit's…snare sound and another drum kit's kick sound.…Or you may want to apply different effects…to just single drums instead of the whole kit.…So what we can do is split our softer drums…onto their own separate tracks.…It's a bit of a time consuming, manual procedure.…
- Creating a new project
- Adding tracks
- Working with loops
- Recording software instrument tracks
- Getting real sounds into your Mac
- Recording and compositing multiple tracks
- Arranging, editing, and mixing your project
- Sharing your music with others
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Getting Started
2. Working with Loops and Drummer
3. Working with Software Instruments
4. Working with Real Instruments
5. Arranging, Editing, and Mixing Your Project
6. Exporting, Sharing, and Archiving Your Project
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