A song is more than just a few beats long. You might want to create a song that lasts exactly as long as your iPhoto slideshow or your iMovie project. Garageband makes it easy to make your song a specific length.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to play piano with GarageBand '09 piano lessons.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to send songs to your iTunes library in GarageBand '09.
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to create a auto-tune, T-Pain effect in the program, Garage Band. This task is easy, fast and simple to do. Begin by opening the program and import the vocal audio. In the time-line under Advanced, increase the Enhance Tuning to 100 and check Limit to Key. Then open the Track Info Pane and go to Details. Now set the Reverb to 30% and Echo to 17%. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in music editing, and would like to learn how to ...
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.
If you've just exported your masterpiece from GarageBand and found that your volume on the song is too low, then you're going to have to fix it. And increasing the levels on your "too quiet" song, you just need to get back into GarageBand and make some adjustments.
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.
This GarageBand tutorial teaches you about track types. Learn the difference between audio tracks, instrument tracks, and Apple Loop tracks in GarageBand.
GarageBand is a computer software program that creates various types of music. Use GarageBand plugins to make tracks to your liking in this free music software video series from a music studio owner and producer.
After you've jammed with your song for a while, you can record your guitar part as a real instrument track with your guitar connected to your Mac and a real instrument track selected.
It doesn't do a lot of good to create songs in GarageBand and never get to share or play them. Watch this tutorial and see how to export your songs to iTunes to load them on your iPod, the web or your AppleTV.
Yes, you can use GarageBand's Auto Tune to sound like T Pain and Kanya West. To start with, in GarageBand, click the plus sign in the bottom left hand corner to create a new track. A window will pop up, Real Instrument Track should be selected by default. Click the Create button. In the Track Info window check to make sure your Monitor is set to On. In the bottom left hand corner, click on the button with the scissors in the middle of the sound wave. This is the Edit Track button. Click on Ad...
You can add interest by changing from one key to another during your song. Garageband makes this easy using the master track.
With a keyboard, you can enhance your song so it includes more than just the premade loops in Garageband. Just attach a USB or Midi keyboard to your Mac and let the fun begin.
You can attach a microphone to your Mac and record your own voice or any acoustic instrument right to a track in Garageband.
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.
Many professional radio programs make their shows available through podcasts so that people can listen anytime they want, but listening to a professional podcast is just part of the fun. You can create your own podcast using Garageband and iWeb.
When you've finished recording and editing your podcast episode, you'll want to get it ready to publish as part of your podcast series. You can add episode information to your podcast in Garageband. When you've finished, you can export it to iWeb to put it on your website.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to edit and arrange songs in GarageBand '09.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to mix songs in GarageBand '09.
In this how-to, Gary Rosenzweig shows you how to use GarageBand to make your own iPhone ringtones. You can use music and effects from GarageBand, or import your own sound files. Then you can transfer them to your iPhone via iTunes and assign them as your main ringtone or specific ringtones for specific contacts. You can also go to http://macmost.com/iphoneringtones/ to get some free ringtones to use.
Song introductions can foreshadow more complex song activity later on. Garageband makes it easy to create an introduction for your song.
What if you've recorded a great jam that feels right but doesn't sound quite right? With GarageBand, it's easy to change real instrument tracks to alter the pitch or timing of the track.
One of the great things about recording your podcast episodes with Garageband is how easy it is to edit out your mistakes and add professional radio touches.
GarageBand '08 has a new feature that allows you to record multiple takes. This way you can keep them all and review them later to choose the best one. Watch this tutorial and learn how to use the multiple takes feature.
If you are watching the World Cup live and the vuvuzelas are driving you slowly (or quickly) insane, this video isn't going to help, sorry. However, if you are recording the World Cup or working with someone else's recordings of it, it is possible to almost completely eliminate the sound of the vuvuzelas while mixing in Garageband or another audio editing program. This video will show you how to create the proper parametric EQ's and mute the vuvuzelas while preserving the rest of the audio tr...
If you are ready to make your podcast more professional, have a look at this tutorial. In this video, you will learn how to take an ordinary, amateur podcast and use different programs to make it sound more polished. This will bring your podcast up to professional grade and make it more likely to get distributed by larger companies.
Garageband is a great tool for recording your podcast episodes. If your computer has a built-in microphone, you can use it to record your podcast, or you can connect an external mic.
Podcasts can be more interactive than radio programs. If you want listeners to be able to move around in your show, you can divide it into chapters. You can also enrich your podcast by adding artwork throughout the chapters.
Want to become an audio-mixing engineer? GarageBand '08 is the perfect place to start. It isn't the most advanced software out there, but it's easy to use and will get the job done. Great for beginners, watch this tutorial and learn how to get started.
In GarageBand '08 you can now automate instrument and effects settings. You can add echos and increase distortion and other cool effects - then do it all automatically! See how to automate effects in this tutorial.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to use built-in software instruments in GarageBand '09.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to create an iPhone ringtone in GarageBand '09.
Check out this informative video tutorial from Apple on how to create a podcast in GarageBand '09.
Your song is starting to take shape now. You can create some tension with your loops in GarageBand by varying how your song develops over time. So, rather than a simple repetition of loops, you can create what's called a call and response, where the tracks play off each other.
When you've chosen a sound to use with your USB or Midi keyboard, you'll want to record a performance. This new track is easily edited in GarageBand.
In Magic GarageBand you can star in your own band without having to leave your bedroom (or have a garage). This tutorial shows you how to use magic GarageBand to create songs with a virtual onstage band.
This tutorial explains how to arrange a song in GarageBand '08. Apple makes it really easy to move verses and the chorus around.
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.
Want to learn how to add ringtones to your iPhone for free? You can do it using GarageBand. First open both iTunes and GarageBand. After you open GarageBand, click Create A New Music Project. Use whichever title you would like and hit create. Close the keyboard, then go to the bottom of the page and click Hide and Close the Media bar. Make sure iTunes music is selected. Next, pick a song. Click and drag the song title to the beginning. Then GarageBand will convert the file. After the file is ...