GarageBand_3_Getting_Started

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GarageBand 3 Getting Started Includes a complete tour of the GarageBand window, plus step-by-step lessons on working with GarageBand
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2 1 Contents Chapter 1 7 Welcome to GarageBand 8 What’s New in GarageBand 3 9 Before You Begin 9 What You’ll Learn 9 What You Need 10 Finding Out More Chapter 2 11 GarageBand at a Glance 12 GarageBand Window 14 Timeline 16 Editor 16 For Real Instruments 17 For Software Instruments—Graphic View 18 For Software Instruments—Notation View 19 For Podcasts and Video—Marker View 20 Loop Browser 20 Button View 21 Column View and Podcast Sounds View 22 Track Info Pane 22 Real and Software Instrument Tracks 24 Master Track 26 Media Browser Chapter 3 27 Working With Projects 27 Creating a Project 28 Setting the Tempo 29 Setting the Key 29 Setting the Time Signature 29 Opening an Existing Project 30 Saving a Project 31 Sending a Project to iTunes
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Contents 3 Chapter 4 32 Using Apple Loops 33 Finding Loops With the Loop Browser 33 Finding Loops in Column View 34 Finding Loops in Button View 34 Finding Loops in Podcast Sounds View 35 Previewing Loops in the Loop Browser 35 Refining Your Searches 36 Displaying Loops From a Jam Pack or Folder 36 Searching by Scale Type 36 Limiting Searches to Nearby Keys 37 Searching for Specific Text 37 Adding Loops to the Timeline 38 Creating Your Own Apple Loops 39 Adding Loops to the Loop Library Chapter 5 40 Working in the Timeline 40 About Regions 41 Selecting Regions 41 Cutting, Copying, and Pasting Regions 42 Looping Regions 42 Resizing Regions 43 Moving Regions 43 Transposing Regions 44 Splitting Regions 44 Joining Regions 44 Fixing the Timing of Software Instrument Regions 45 Setting Real Instrument Regions to Keep Their Original Tempo 45 Renaming Regions 45 Using the Grid 46 Using Undo and Redo Chapter 6 47 Working With Real Instruments 47 Adding a Real Instrument Track 48 Monitoring Real Instrument Input 48 Getting Ready to Record 49 Recording a Real Instrument 50 Recording a Real Instrument With the Cycle Region 51 Recording Multiple Real Instrument Tracks 51 Changing Real Instrument Settings 51 Changing the Instrument
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4 Contents 52 Changing the Input Channel 53 Adjusting Input Volume 53 Using the Instrument Tuner 54 Adding an Audio File From the Finder Chapter 7 55 Working With Software Instruments 55 Using Musical Typing 56 Using the Onscreen Music Keyboard 57 Adding a Software Instrument Track 57 Getting Ready to Record 58 Recording a Software Instrument 58 Recording a Software Instrument With the Cycle Region 59 Changing Software Instrument Settings Chapter 8 60 Working in the Editor 60 Selecting Regions 61 Editing Real Instrument Regions 61 Moving Real Instrument Regions 61 Cropping Part of a Real Instrument Region 62 Joining Real Instrument Regions 62 Enhancing the Tuning of Real Instrument Tracks 62 Enhancing the Timing of Real Instrument Tracks 63 Editing Software Instrument Regions 63 Editing Notes in a Software Instrument Region 64 Editing Controller Information in a Software Instrument Region
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course MUI 3305 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Troy.

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