Garage Band

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  1. drown

    drown Well-Known Member

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    I finally recorded some guitar using GB on my laptop tonight. Plugged my THR10 directly into the computer, hit record and voila... It worked, first try. This is so cool. Last time I did anything like this on my own at home was in 1993 on a tascam 4 track. What a blast!
     
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    Can we hear any of it ?
     
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    Heh nice. I remember setting the band up in our friend's basement and whipping out the Panasonic recorder and having to push that little orange record button simultaneously with the play button lol. 45 mins of noise on each side of the tape :)
     
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    No no ... the new stuff. Still some noise ?
     
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    I wish I'd had the iPad and Garageband when I was in my songwriting heyday instead of a 4 track too. So easy to use, and the drummers make creating a demo a complete breeze.

    Brilliant little musical sketchpad. My only criticism is that after a few months, there aren't enough sounds when you want to expand your ideas.
     

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