Hi guys in this upload we are going to take a look at How to make a Backing track in Garageband.
Song idea 1:01
Taking it into garageband 4:01
recording guitar 5:42
7:29 Adding Plug ins
8:40 Testing track
9:04 Adding Drums
9:57 Jam to Drums
13:33 Adding Bass
17:28 Saving out of Garageband
17:48 Final thoughts
This is a little step outside of my comfort zone regarding production, the video is aimed at proving information first and foremost the production took a back seat - but i'll get there.
We start by looking at the song idea, how to work out the B.P.M, then taking the guitar signal into GarageBand - Recording the signal - creating a loop that is matched to the CLICK TRACK -adding plug ins to fatten the signal - then adding drums and how to explore options - ,maybe a little jam to see how it feels - then onto the bass and finally mastering and exporting.
VOILA - YOU HAVE JUST MADE YOUR OWN BACKING TRACK.
Ok Fellas I hope this video can help and be understood well enough to get you guys playing along to your own creations , there is no limits to the possibility and other than being a fulfilling task you learn so much as well.
This practice has left my looper seeing very little use.
Make sure to hit me up in the comments below to let me know this is reaching you and as always if there is any questions I will do my very best top answer them. ⚡️⚡️
One last thing , id like to do a shoutout to a good friend of mine Adrian Horn - That Mayer backing track is coming my friend ⚡️⚡️⚡️
Thanks for watching 🧜🏼♀️
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