Audio & Video
- By Mary Plummer
- Aug 11, 2006
This chapter is from the book
- How do you split a region in the Timeline?
- What types of regions can be joined in the Timeline?
- Which corner do you drag on a region to trim (resize)?
- Which corner do you drag to extend a region as a loop segment?
- Which project properties can you set when creating a new song?
- What are the default time signature, project key, and tempo?
- How can you change a project’s tempo in the time display?
- What determines the length of a single-take Software Instrument
- What determines the length of a multipass Software Instrument
- Where do you change the GarageBand settings so the metronome
plays during both recording and playback?
- Select the region, move the playhead to the position where
you’d like to split, and press Cmd-T, or choose Edit > Split.
- You can join any recorded regions together, or join loop regions
that come from the same original loop.
- Drag the lower-right corner to trim (resize) a region.
- Drag the upper-right corner to extend a region as a loop segment.
- Tempo, Time (time signature), and Key.
- The default time signature is 4/4 (four beats per measure),
project key is C, and tempo is 120.
- You can change a project tempo by clicking the Tempo portion
of the time display and adjusting the Tempo slider.
- A single-take Software Instrument recording starts when the
first note event is pressed during recording, and ends when you
- Multipass recordings use a cycle region to determine the length
of the recording.
- You can change the metronome settings in the GarageBand General