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Nick_Evans
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the j is 4 jongler 0 posts
6/28/2014 11:38:00 AM
also, with GarageBand: it will always sound way better in the program when replaying than it does after a mixdown and being exported as an MP3/whatever macs use for format. If you have your track volume set above 0.9 it will actually lower the volume on most exports. I keep my track volume at 0, and if it sounds too low just make a new garageband file, drag the exported song into an open track, duplicate that track, and then set the tracks individual volumes at max. it will enhance the sound with out blurring/distorting it too much.
the j is 4 jongler 0 posts
6/28/2014 11:36:00 AM
just tell user cbrickhouse that he owes masi $1OO.
the j is 4 jongler 0 posts
6/28/2014 11:32:00 AM
if you use garageband, i'd recommend lowering the vocals, but multi-tracking them. create like 3 vocal tracks set at something like 1.7 (for each vocal part) and then raise the guitars to around 3 in volume, drums you want to multi-track maybe 3-4 tracks at max volume because more than anything on garageband: drum tracks fade out.

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this was made using garageband.

check it out! !

by Nick_Evans on 6/28/2014 11:26:00 AM
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