In this project we showed some rhythm making techniques such as Control Timing with Groove Tracks, follow the Rhythm of Another Track, and record Multipass Drum Beats. There was a couple more, but in order to see how you use those tools watch my video.
Recording Techniques Demonstrated
Terms and Concepts Defined
- Meter – like a heart beat of a song
- Pacing – rate of speed
- Tempo – Beats per min. / The speed of music it should be played at.
- Beat – Rhythmic unit in music or poetry / steady pulse of a song
- Hip Hop – EDM (electronic dance music) and Rap / Rap with a beat
- Out of the Pocket – on beat in a song, but if your off beat then your Out of The Pocket.
- Quantize – Getting on beat in music.
- Single Take – One and down
- Multipass Recording – recording as many times that you need.
- Overdub – Recording other sounds for an existing track
- C1 Octave Range – its a point on a keyboard that can go up.
- Cowbell – Similar to a percussion instrument
- Drum Kit – Cymbals, and other percussion instruments used with drumsticks
- Kick Drum – bass drum in a kit of drums used with a pedal
- Snare Drum – A small drum in the form of a short cylinder with a membrane at each end.
- Drum Machine (808) – An electronic device programmable to imitate a drum kit
- Loop – a sound that repeats seem less
- Arpeggiation – playing notes one by one from a chord
- Sound Effects – adding sounds to get an effect
- One Shot Sound – recording sounds in one take
What I Learned
In this project I learned how to use new tools in Garage Band, so now I can use this tools to fix my projects I am working on in Garage Band.