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How To: Make your own podcast using Garageband

This video is describing how to create a podcast by using the Garage Band program on a Mac computer. Start by going to Garage Band and go to new podcast. Click create. Under the podcast you should choose what gender of voice that you would like. The top track is to add photos from your iPhoto. Select the voice that you would like to record on and click the record button on the bottom of the screen in order to begin. Record your podcast. Then to get your podcast into iTunes go to the share but...

How To: Use Garageband to create free ringtones to your iPhone

This tutorial is about how to get ringtones on your iPhone. The narrator starts out by showing us how to use an app called Garageband to load ringtones. He demonstrates how to load the application, then open the file to search for a song that you wish to download. He clicks on the song and drags it to the import window. Once the song is there, create a cycle region by clicking the icon along the bottom of the screen to turn the cycle region on. Next, he shows how to use the yellow bar across ...

How To: Use GarageBand to edit audio

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...

How To: Make podcasts using GarageBand, iWeb, iTunes, and Fugu

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.

How To: End your Garageband song with a fadeout

With all these elements in place, you're well on your way to a great song. Garageband makes it easy. But just like you wanted a clever intro, you'll want to come up with a way to end your song. An ending can provide resolution and let your audience know the song is coming to a close. Gradually fading out is a great, if a little old-fashioned, way to end your song.