- [Instructor] Before we start looking at creating music…I wanna quickly explain another…important concept in GarageBand.…I've opened up a project that contains several tracts…featuring different types of instruments.…Each time you make a recording in GarageBand,…your recordings are represented by these colored rectangles…we see here called regions.…Every time you record a real or software instrument,…or place a loop on a track,…you create a region on that track.…And as you can see here,…there are different colors of regions.…And they're not set up that way just to look nice.…Each color represents a different type of region.…
It may seem like a trivial matter at first,…but it's actually very important,…because you can do certain types of edits…and changes to some regions, but not to others.…I know that sounds vague and mysterious,…but it'll start to make sense as we go along.…For now just note that green regions…are regions that were created either…from recorded software instruments,…software instrument loops, or imported midi files.…
- 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
Music Production Secrets: Larry Crane on Recordingwith Larry Crane2h 21m Intermediate
Learning Songwriting: GarageBandwith Garrick Chow1h 36m Beginner
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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