This is the first in a chain of 7 tutorials that may introduce you to Apple’s song introduction and sequencing app, GarageBand. Across those tutorials, we’ll stroll you via each component of striking a song in combination, perfecting its manufacturing after which sharing your introduction.
While GarageBand isn’t as absolutely featured as one thing like Logic, it’s designed to be simply out there and fast to be informed. This makes it absolute best for rookies, who’ll quickly be in a position to put in combination songs with loops and samples. It’s additionally greatly helpful for pro musicians, who need a means of briefly and simply jotting down a musical concept for later. The iPad’s portability and flexibility lends itself really well to this.
We’ll be focusing our tutorials at the iPad version of GarageBand, although a lot of the recommendation additionally applies to the iPhone and iPod contact model, which is much more transportable, however doesn’t have such a lot display screen area to paintings with.
We’ll get started with the first steps of constructing a song, naming it, and opting for the important thing, pace and time signature, prior to recording a couple of tracks.
Time required: 15 minutes
What you wish to have:
GarageBand (£2.99, bit.ly/PlU4y1)
iOS 5.1 or later