Not bad. But stop ending your sentences like your asking a question!!! Even when you give an instruction its sounds like your asking me something. Couldn’t even make it past 3min very annoying……….
excellent advice for the hobbyists out there
It was simple and expiremental but sounded really relaxed! Thanks for the good tutorial and keycommands!
Thanks for doing all the groundwork, this was a real help.
i’d like to do more smiths lessons soon, they’re still one of the bands i listen to pretty often (along with Joy Division and Wu Tang Clan) … i’ll send you the playlist i made with the lessons i’ve done so far … “I won’t Share you ” is a great track, i’ll try to make that soon
no, i dont even have a computer but i wish i did, you seem like a really cool guitar teacher and ur actually my fav on youtube btw what state do u live in?
This was really interesting and fun to watch. You can really tell you were influenced by The Smiths, I thought of them before I read the description. xD It’d be cool to see one of your ideas go from this, through the whole song process. It made me wanna try it 🙂
Throughout the video, I use the ‘loop’ feature. It’s not available in some of the earlier versions of GarageBand. I was recording into a Yeti mic, which is a basic USB mic. Just make sure you wear headphones when recording multiple tracks, so you don’t get feedback. Let me know if this doesn’t make sense and I’ll try to clarify more.
Nah, I have GREAT internet and it is KINDA blurry, nothing unbearbale though
Excellent and totally outside of my experience. Thank You.
it’s not blurry, i just checked … your internet speed is probably slow. it should default to 480p if you have a decent connection and you can click the little gear icon and do 720p if you want to make it HD. hope you rewatch it on faster connection:)
Cool, happy the vid helped you out:) What was outside of your experience in the vid?
i tried to start a band a few times, but it never worked out … but i’ve always written a lot of songs on my own or with others and would still like to play in a band at some point … glad you liked this lesson and the song idea:) do you have garageband?
I mean your face
Hey excellent tutorial! Do you connect your guitar by an audio interface to your mac?
Hey Patrick, I’m not quite sure what you’re asking. Could you reference the time in the vid? I may have just deleted part of the track or switched to a different take without the voice. I know I messed up and was talking at one point.
is it me or is this an excellent, if very blurry, video? Why blurry?
where is the looper button? i cant find it.
thanks for the compliment:) i live in san diego, california … if you can save up for a computer, it would be totally worth it, i’d say almost more than getting a good amp or guitar, because recording is so fun and worthwhile
glad you enjoyed the vid:) i could do some more like this and try to develop the ideas more. i also use another program called ableton live, which is pretty cool. i definitely love the Smiths a lot. this song turned out a bit like their stuff largely because of the ‘dream pop’ effect that i used. do you own a mac? garageband is so easy and amazing, especially with that looper feature, you should definitely try working on some of your own songs:)
Ha, I’ve never heard that one before. Chael Sonnen is an intense and funny guy in interviews. I can’t remember what he was saying in interviews after that last Silva fight, but I remember getting a kick out of it.
Hi..At 7:07…you make an adjustment on your settings and are able to play and hear your pre-recorded tracks while laying a new accoustic guitar track. I have a MacBook Pro with only 1 audio port which can seemingly only allow you to either input a voice/ instrument OR output a track in GarageBand. I am playing thru an M Audio Fast Track interface device from either my microphone or electric guitar and cannot figure out how to listen to a pre-recorded track whilst recording a new track.
also, how did you delete you voice that was recorded when you were saying the chords you were playing? ( G D C D )
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