Musician + iPad = a match made in multi-touch heaven! MPV trainer Rishabh Rajan is here to show you GarageBand in its iOS incarnation. So stretch your fingers and get ready for some touching musical moments...
Creating multi-track compositions on the iPad is one of the most satisfying things you can do as a modern musician. Portability, usability and intimacy come together and create a one-of-a-kind experience and GarageBand for iPad is a feature-rich iOS DAW built specifically to integrate into the iPad’s DNA. In this course you watch as Rishabh's dexterous fingers move deftly on the iPad's multi-touch screen and show you all the amazing possibilities that this breakthrough software offers.
You'll learn how simple and intuitive it is to manipulate, customize and perform on the multitude of software instruments available in GarageBand for iPad. Have a guitar, bass or microphone? By simply connecting an audio interface to the iPad, you can record your ideas right into GarageBand and go from there: adding FX, splitting, trimming and looping your tracks and then mixing them together to create a full-blown jam.
Speaking of jam, how about creating your very own Jam Session? Watch as Rishabh (whose tapping skills blow you away) walks you through the simple steps that get you performing with other musicians while recording at the same time.
You're about to get deeply inspired thanks to Rishabh's vast knowledge of the amazing GarageBand for iOS. Have fun!
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Joe Bagg wrote on June 14, 2014
I already have used this app quite a bit, composing tunes, jamming etc. But still I learned a lot from this course. Good stuff!
Gilles Danger wrote on May 21, 2014
The course on Animoog from Rishabh is great too !! Incredible hardware this ipad!!
Vern Scott wrote on February 10, 2014
Well done, a professional, and greatly interesting overview of iPads potential, I look forward into seeing what can be done with 5th Gen iPad and the new 64 bit architecture now available with new garage band 2014!
Stephen wrote on February 9, 2014
Showed me many features that I may not have discovered if had just gone trial and error.
I like his teaching style too. The guy is clearly a musician and knows how to use these tools.
BHamester wrote on October 16, 2013
Really cool! I decide to check before i buy the app and I definetely get impressed, didnt expect to see that many features in the Ipad version.
Scott Hamlin wrote on January 6, 2013
I found this really helpful. I thought I'd explored/figured out everything. Most apps are easily "figured out" but Rishabh overturned a few stones I hadn't explored. Well done!
nigel wrote on January 3, 2013
I have used Garageband for years. When I bought my iPad I decided to buy Garageband for it. However I discovered it was a different way of working and needed help. I downloaded this tutorial and found it excellent and very easy to learn from. I recommend it for anybody from novice to expert.
Chuck wrote on November 2, 2012
This is a must see video about GarageBand for those who use it on an I-pad. There is so much information that the author gives and he delivers it in and easy to understand way. I watched several You Tube videos on this subject, and frankly, they did not hold a candle to Mr. Rajan's video tutorial. I took his information from the video and started enjoying my GarageBand for iPad instead of being frustrated with it. You will learn a lot and will always have it if you forget how something works!!! Well worth the money to get the most out of GarageBand for iPad in a short amount of time
Jenny, Victoria, Australia wrote on November 1, 2012
This is excellent stuff!
The presenter is very easy to listen to, and provides great information and tutorials that are pretty hard to find anywhere else.
I would thoroughly recommend this to anybody wanting to get the most out of GarageBand for iPad.
Nancy Schober wrote on October 24, 2012
Amazingly informative course. The instructors enthusiasm is infectious and his depth of musical knowledge really enriches his narrative.
The #18 video stands out as being extremely jamb packed.
Garage Band for the iPad isn't a good name for this app - it should be called 'an orchestra in your pocket'.