Tuning up and tracking a rhythm electric guitar part


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Tuning up and tracking a rhythm electric guitar part

Time to record some big crunchy guitars. I'll take this opportunity to show you the tuner in GarageBand and while you didn't see me tune the acoustic guitar or the bass earlier, I can assure you that I spent time making sure they were in tune. Select Tuner from the LCD display menu and pick each string cleanly, independently, and make adjustments until your tuner turns blue. The needle should sort of point straight up in the middle. If you're flat, it will be to the left; if you're sharp, it will be to the right. So you want to make it balance in the middle.

Making sure all of your instruments are in tune is one of the bare essentials in recording music that can have a huge impact on the overall sound of your track. Even when things are only slightly out of tune, most listeners will feel like something is just not quite right, even if they can't put their finger on it. (music playing) Option+Command+N for a new track, and this time I will choose Electric Guitar. Using th...

Tuning up and tracking a rhythm electric guitar part
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Tuning up and tracking a rhythm electric guitar part 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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