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MacMost Now 601: Changing the Tempo Of Tracks in GarageBand 11
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See episode 622: http://macmost.com/speech-recognition-for-your-mac.html
awesome! thanks! really really helped
I realized why this is not working for me, it is because the button for "Loop" is grayed out and not available no matter what I do. "One shot" is automatically chosen for me. How do I enable the "Loop" button?
Hard to tell where you might be going wrong. Play around with it. Try a new project. Try different things.
Im trying to change the tempo & pitch of one of my tracks and,I cant. My follow tempo & pitch tab is grad out, even if I press control option G. I was able to do this before. Im still able to do it to some projects, but if I make a new one It won't work. Please help me I would like o make songs for my movies.
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This was really, really useful. Thank you!
Even when I un-follow tempo and pitch it still changes everything... what do I do?!?!?
Excellent! Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the lesson!
I experienced what Sara said- I restarted the project made an individual adjustment on a loop that didn't follow tempo and it still adjusted tempo on all my tracks. Also if you have 2 loops that don't follow tempo can you theoretically have multiple tracks that have different tempo? Can you recommend another easy-to-use audio editor that allows this function?
It appears that if the loops original tempo is not half of the tempo you want to use, this won't work. I keep trying this with "Synth Array 19" and I can't get it to line up with the measures if the project tempo is 120.
I teach dance & just want to slow down some of our favorite waltzes so everyone doesn't have to dance so fast. The music is good.. just to fast.
While I am here I have an unrelated question...
I love my mac but speakable items seems useless. Especially if you compare it with seri. Do you think there will be something like it for the i-7 or macbook pro? Or am I underestimating speakable items?
Thank you. Kevin