Using Flex Time to fix a double-tracked rhythm guitar part


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Using Flex Time to fix a double-tracked rhythm guitar part

We spent some time talking about rhythm and timing in the movie on Groove Matching and how we assigned our syncopated drum track to be our groove track and matched the rhythm of the acoustic guitar track to that by clicking the check box on the left. I'd actually like to do the same thing with our two guitar tracks and click the Groove Match check box on the left. Let them fall in step with that drum loop as well, because the rhythm is a little bit sketchy on some of these little phrases. So I'm just going to feel comfortable clicking those and know that these are nice and clean. I am also noticing one other thing. In the last movie we applied a new preset that we had customized to these two guitar tracks and had called it Fat Stack II.

GarageBand has this habit of renaming your tracks every time you touch anything having to do with the presets, so it's called them both Fat Stack II. I am going to take one second here and click and rename these to Fat Stack Left and Fat stack Ri...

Using Flex Time to fix a double-tracked rhythm guitar part
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Using Flex Time to fix a double-tracked rhythm 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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GarageBand
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