This Apple software tutorial shows you how to import an audio file into GarageBand. Learn how to add pre-recoded audio files to your project, and use GarageBand's tools to make an arrangement.
In this Apple Garageband software tutorial you will learn how to use Garageband to create your own beats from scratch. See how you can use the tools available in Garageband to make beats.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to record acoustic instruments in GarageBand '09.
Looking for a guide on how to transition or fade between two different tracks or audio regions within Apple GarageBand? This clip will show you precisely how it's done. Fortunately, it's quite easy. So easy, in fact, that this free video software tutorial can present a complete walkthrough in just over three minutes. For details, and to get strated creating your own smooth transitions in GarageBand, take a look.
This Apple software tutorial shows you how to explore MIDI files and learn how to use them in your GarageBand songs. Learn how to import MIDI song files into GarageBand.
User tomreviewer shows us how to get autotune in GarageBand. Open GarageBand and create a new project. Make sure the Key is set to C. Delete the default track by clicking on Track, then Delete Track. Start a new track by clicking on Track, then New Track. Select Real Instrument Track when prompted and click Create. In the sidebar that opens click on Vocals, then Male Basic. Any of the Vocals, however, can be used. Press the Record button and record your voice. Click on the Scissors icon in th...
In this video, Gary from MacMost demonstrates how to use GarageBand to edit audio. He creates an empty GarageBand project,and then imports an audio file by dragging it in. He demonstrates how to move to any point within the audio file and view the waveform. To edit out a part, he moves the marker to the place he wants to split it,and then chooses "Split" from the Edit menu. He can also delete the section from the audio region editor. He shows how to select an area by dragging over it, and the...
Included in GarageBand 11 are a number of powerful time-altering tools, tools that were previously only available in Apple's deluxe DAW, Logic. In this video tutorial, we learn how to use GarageBand 11's Groove Matching and Flex Time features.
Anyone with a Mac knows the power of GarageBand, but not all iLife users know the ways to slow or speed up their songs in GarageBand. This video will show you exactly how to change the tempo of your song creations, which is actually a really simple thing to do.
Do you think that Avril Lavigne has nothing on you when it comes to belting it out on the mic? Then you probably prefer karaoke versions of songs to the real ones so you can hone your vocal chops to your favorite tunes.
GarageBand is a powerful tool for Mac OS X that lets you edit and tweak audio tracks. One of the many audio editing capabiltiies of the program is the ability to reduce the vocals in a song. Take a look at this guide on how to edit the song's vocals so they aren't so loud using the AUGraphicEQ tool.
This video will show you how to manipulate the master track of a song in GarageBand to gradually increase tempo, volume, and pitch. Learn how to speed a song up, or slow a song down. Follow the instructions of this tutorial and you'll make beautiful music.
After you've created a song you're happy with, you'll probably want to use it with your other projects, including iPhoto, iDVD, and iWeb projects, or just listen to it on your iPod. You can easily export your song from Garageband to your iTunes library.
It's called the AUDynamicProcessor, and it's very helpful when it comes to mastering your songs in GarageBand. In this video tutorial, you'll learn how to utilize and manipulate the sound dynamics of your songs in GarageBand using the AUDynamicProcessor filter, which effects the high and low ends of audio.
Want to pitch correct vocals on your Mac without dropping $120 on Antares Auto-Tune? If you've got GarageBand 2, you can — and easily at that with GarageBand's own, built-in pitch correct feature. Get that pop radio sound with this how-to.
This software tutorial will show you how to email GarageBand files. Learn how to zip the GarageBand file and create an archive so you can email your GarageBand music files.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to mix songs in GarageBand '09.
***WARNING*** Do not record ANYTHING without strict permission from the person or persons or artist that you're recording.
Raptips.com has put together a video complication about a music making software called GarageBand. GarageBand is only available on Mac computers. It is a very easy to use and a fun program. This teaches you how to make your own songs and beats.
You can give your song texture by adjusting individual tracks to become louder and softer to emphasize particular moments. With GarageBand, this process is easy and yields professional-sounding results.
If you've never done it before, making a podcast can be tricky, with multiple programs to use and multiple file types to deal with. But, this video series helps you through the complete process of creating a podcast, everything including recording, editing, images, exporting, converting, uploading, and finally… sharing. Watch this whole series to learn how to make podcasts using GarageBand, iWeb, iTunes, and Fugu.
Learn how to create recordings of your voice with GarageBand on an Apple computer running Mac OS X. This guide will teach you everything you'll need to know. It's easy! So easy, in fact, that this clip can present a thorough overview of the process in just over eight minutes. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, watch this clip.
Playing musical instruments isn't just for band geeks anymore! This cool tutorial shows you how to use software instruments in GarageBand '08.
GarageBand can be used to podcast, blog and upload created music directly from the sofware itself. Upload a song created in GarageBand after watching these free videos on software plugin tips and general user tips.
Want to create some new sounds for your music? Maybe you just want to have some fun making music! This video will show you how to create you own beats using Apple GarageBand. Make your own music beats in GarageBand.
This tutorial will show you how to take a song from GarageBand and play it backwards, using iMovie. Find out what the secret messages are in your favorite songs. You can follow the instructions in this video to learn how to reverse a song using GarageBand and iMovie.
Adding music to iMovie projects is a great way to create ambiance for your movie. With Garageband, you can create your own music for your movies. You can also add sound effects and enhance the sound recorded with your movie. When you're finished, you can export your movie to share it in a number of ways.
GarageBand will recognize General MIDI program changes, so using standard midi files is even better than before. Find out how it works in this video.
GarageBand is a great tool for composing your own beats and jingles, but when it comes to filters, it's not so easy to understand exactly what they do, as in the case of the AUBandpass filter. This video explains exactly what the AUBandpass feature does in GarageBand and how it can be used to make quality-sounding instrumentals for you beat projects.
A great place to start a new song is with a beat, or a drum section. Then you can add layers on top of your beat to create a more complex song. Garageband provides drum loops that are easy to use.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to send songs to your iTunes library in GarageBand '09.
Adding a melody to your rhythm section can make your song memorable and provide some variation. GarageBand makes it easy to add and change melodies from various instruments.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to play piano with GarageBand '09 piano lessons.
You can attach a microphone to your Mac and record your own voice or any acoustic instrument right to a track in Garageband.
If money or noise constraints are keeping you from plugging into your favorite Marshall stack, this home-recording how-to is for you. With it, you'll learn make an acoustic guitar sound like an electric one using Apple's GarageBand DAW software.
This tutorial tells you how to use pitch and speed in GarageBand '08. In GarageBand '08, they work independently from each other to allow for greater control of key and tempo.
GarageBand '08 contains a ton of Apple loops that are already built in, but if you're a musician, you're probably going to want to create and add your own. This tutorial will show you how to add loops to your library and then how to add those loops to songs.
When you listen to a software instrument track that you've recorded in GarageBand, you might decide you want to alter the sound of your track. For example, you can change your track to sound like a different instrument. You can use the miniature keyboard to audition different instruments.
In this tutorial, we learn how to teach your kids about music using GarageBand. GarageBand is a great way to help teach your kids about music and your favorite music! The kid can run the mouse over all the instruments on the stage and they will light up. The kid can play the noise of the instruments so they know how each of them will sound while they are played. You can also have them change in the sounds with different types of instruments. This will keep your child busy and get them interes...
Elliott Berring shows us how to create songs in GarageBand using Loops. First, launch GarageBand and create a new music project. Keep the default tempo, time signature, and key. Click on the Show Loops browser, indicated by the Eye icon in the bottom left of the window. In this example, he starts with a drum beat by choosing All Drums, then Rock/Blues. Find a beat you like, then drag it into the timeline. Position your cursor over the top right hand corner of the blue bar of the beat you just...