How to Use Garage Band : Using the Track Editor In Garage Band: Part 2


Uploaded by expertvillage on 18.01.2008

Transcript:
Hey everybody, this is Matt speaking to you on behalf of Expert Village. All right there
are a lot of other things you can do in track view. You can also create notes directly in
it. To do that all you have to do is hold down the command key. So I am going to go
ahead and add in some more symbols to my beat and we are going to see what that sounds like.
As you can see it changed up my beat a little bit. You can also change the length of a note.
It doesn't really matter too much with the drums but I've got a piano tracks here. So
like I said I am going to go ahead and play this. It is just a short note there but if
you put the cursor at the end of the note the icon will change. You can just drag that
note out as long as you want and you listen to it again. It makes the note longer. You
can also change to notation view so if you are classically trained in music then it might
be easier for you but for most of us beginners, the graphic view is going to be fine. You
can also change the pitch of the note with the region pitch slider and the velocity of
the note. With the note velocity slider, just look on a note and then change those accordingly.
Then you can also over here under advanced you can change and edit a lot of other things
such as modulation, pitch bend sustain and things like that. I am going to go ahead and
click modulation. It is going to take me to a different view and to change that all you
have to do is hold down the command key which I told you earlier and you can just draw that
in as you see fit and go back and listen to it. You can see the modulation changes.