A couple of weeks ago, I showed you how I exported all of my tracks from GarageBand to Reaper.
Although the midi tracks still need to be exported the "old" way, if you have straight audio files, you can export this new way.
*Hat tip to my friend Ben who showed me the "secret folder" :-).
I've been playing around with the coolest plugin lately. Sometimes as a mixer, you just want to freshen a track up with some pads or some loops in the background.
This is something worth looking into for sure. http://output.com/arcade
You can also check out a free checklist I have for you! http://mixcoach.com/checklist
I had a friend send me tracks to mix this week that were recorded in Garage Band.
Today, I will walk you through step by step how to export clean tracks out of Garage Band so you can mix in another DAW.
Don't forget to Grab my 7-Step Mixing Checklist here http://mixcoach.com/checklist
Today, I'm going to give you some pointers on how to get your vocal to not be too loud and to also be heard...
Let's face it, the vocal is very important. We need to hear it.
Get my personal mixing checklist here http://mixcoach.com/checklist
In light of the recent COVID-19 Virus outbreak, I am really seeing the immediate (and hopefully brief) future being all about engaging with your congregation on platforms like Facebook. So, I put together this quick tutorial to help you navigate the world of broadcasting live.
If you are not on Facebook yet, don't worry. It would be relatively simple to build an audience with your congregation. You can go live from your personal page for sure, but you probably want to let other people help you manage your account. It's a great idea to start a Facebook Page just for your church if you don't have one already.
If your church doesn't have a Facebook Page, now might be a good time to create one. What's the difference in a Page and a Group? Don't worry, you can have both...
I had the pleasure of working with Ira Glylack at Capitol Studios the last 2 times I was there. We sat down after the session for a bit just to catch up and talk shop.
We talked about some things that I think are helpful, so of course, I'm sending it to you. I hope you enjoy this conversation.