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- Jun 30th, 2011
GarageBand ’11 has proven to be one of the most popular DAWs in the world—and it comes free with every recent Apple computer. See how powerful and easy to use it really is in this revved up tutorial by mPV Star trainer, Scott Freiman...
In this tutorial Scott Freiman pulls Apple’s GarageBand (GB) into his virtual “garage” and, with a NASCAR mechanic’s passion for detail, shows you how this fine-tuned, hybrid DAW works.
You know, GB is designed to get you to the music fast! In the first section Scott puts the pedal to the metal by building a tune from scratch. Watching Scott make his musical decisions gives you a roadmap to learn all the fundamentals: from creating the first note to the final exported track!
From there, Scott accelerates into the workspace. You’ll learn all about the timeline, navigation (no GPS in this release...), the Inspector, the Media Browser and the Notepad. Next you’re upshifting into the loops and the awesome new “Flex” tool that can make any recorded audio fit right to the beat!
Speaking of audio, Scott cranks the subwoofer to talk about recording audio tracks while plugging in the included virtual amps and pedalboard. From there he makes a hairpin turn into the world of MIDI and software instruments where he covers all the basics of editing, quantization and the Score Editor.
He then screams down the last straightaway to cover all the cool things you can do while arranging and mixing. Finally, Scott gives you the checkered flag as you cross the GarageBand finish line by learning how to make your own podcasts and movie scores!
This Garageband ’11 tutorial by Scott Freiman is not to be missed!
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This a great course. I had no idea Garage Band was such a powerful piece of software. Very well done and interesting course.
Great Tutorial!!! Scott Freiman does an excellent job. the videos are very clear.
Very useful! I thought Garageband was mainly a beginner's app. Scott's tutorial taught a fellow Scott that I was wrong Great Tutorial series, as always, from MPV!!!
Very thorough and very good course on Garaeband. Everything so crystal clear and explained in a relaxed tone. I can recommend this course without hesitation for anyone who wants to learn to use Garagebamd.
This is the most extensive Garageband tutorial I have ever had. Besides the amount of details, there is just something about the lessons that keeps the listener interested.
4 1/2 hours of easy to understand instruction and demonstrations for less than $20 -- no brainer. This will get you excited and confident to use Garageband '11. Plus you will always have the video to fall back on if and when you forget how to do a task on Garageband (and there many tasks to learn).
These tutorials are clear, concise and provide all the technical information you need to fully utilize GarageBand in a musical context. An outstanding resource for educators and students alike.
High quality training videos that don't stop just at delivering the basic information, but also provide useful tips and shortcuts on how to get the most from the application. If I could suggest improvements, one would be the ability to e-mail or arrange a web conference specialist that could guide you through particular problems. This service would be extremely useful for fine tuning your own needs (for instance, I need more assistance on the MIDI side of things) and it is a service I would definitely pay for. Aside from that, great job.
Excellent clear concise training, provides step by step guides within a controlled video format. Recommended!
I was a Navy instructor, corporate trainer, and have a degree in post-secondary education - the training video from Scott Freiman was top notch. He not only teaches mastery of the subject, but anticipates the questions the trainee would ask. He also does something that few trainers do - he shows you what to do if you do something wrong (just as important as teaching you how to do it right). Great instructor.
Scott did a great job with this extensive tutorial. I just finished the Logic 101 tutorial and was wishing Scott had done that one too. The fact that Scott is not only a computer geek but also has a Masters in Music Composition makes a world of difference in helping the budding composer get started. I wish MacProVideo had more videos like this. After all, we're here to learn how to get the music out of us. So we also need the "why to do this" and the "when to do this", not just info on what tweaking this or that knob does.
This tutorial is excellent. It is straightforward and easy to understand. The examples and methods of use are based on basic principles, but do not get boring or too detailed. Thanks for this video learning reference material!
Core Garageband 11 tutorials is money well spent, especially if your new to Garageband or recording in general. I'm new to computor based recording and the tutorials are exactly what I needed to get off on the right foot. no guess work, just pick a topic, watch the video and then apply it to your project and presto! For under twenty bucks, you won't be disappointed.
So far, excellent. I like hearing about one thing at a time. Much easier to digest.
Garageband is easy & unpretentious. Musical ideas are fast recorded in it. Basic & functional yet surprising in quality, this simple facade with third party plugins added to the ones already integrated can turn it into a powerful & versatile DAW, a perfect production sketch pad & more. Anybody knows how to rewire it to Logic? Excellent tut.
Great. Very cheap. Very clear.