Using Groove Matching to tighten up the rhythm of a performance


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Using Groove Matching to tighten up the rhythm of a performance

Anytime you're working with a number of tracks, chances are that more or one of them might be a little bit out of rhythm with the rest. Groove Matching is one of the new features in GarageBand '11, and the results you can achieve are quite amazing. Some people feel that this is a little bit like cheating--well, if you want to play good rhythm, you've got to learn to play good rhythm--but the truth is, a lot of people are just starting out with music or maybe they're actually pretty good at music, but they're just starting out with recording, and the whole idea of throwing headphones on and tracking guitar is a little bit of nerve wrecking, you are not going to do your best performance all the time. Sometimes that's the performance you have, so you can use Groove Matching to bring the rhythm of a given track into step with the rhythm of another track.

It's kind of a luxury to be able to just sort of click a couple of buttons in GarageBand and bring your rhythm...

Using Groove Matching to tighten up the rhythm of a performance
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Using Groove Matching to tighten up the rhythm of a performance 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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