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GarageBand for iOS 101 - Explained and Explored.
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TRUE or FALSE: You can individually adjust Drummer regions.
What direction do you need to swipe to split an audio region?
What is the default time signature when a new song is created?
What color is the left hand generally shaded on the touch keyboard area?
TRUE or FALSE: It is possible to have a completely different song loaded up in live loops view than in tracks view if you haven’t yet recorded a ‘performance’ of your live loops song.
What other drum will automatically be heard when the crash cymbal is tapped with one finger?
TRUE or FALSE: Apple loops are fixed in a key and cannot be utilized outside of that key.
TRUE or FALSE: You can move currently utilized loops around in the Live Loops playback window.
You can control the effects by touching the effect areas or by activating this:
What iOS gesture is used to zoom in on the currently selected MIDI track when the edit window is open?
What iOS gesture must be performed on a track icon in order to bring up that touch instrument’s window?
A 3-finger tap
Pinch to zoom
Tap and hold
What shape is the input settings button?
The end of a 1/4” guitar cable
A 1/4” input jack
An electric guitar
How do you know if a song has iCloud sync enabled?
A cloud icon completely surrounding the song icon
A red dot located in the upper right corner
A blue dot located in the upper right corner
A cloud icon in the upper right corner
TRUE or FALSE: When you record your looped performance, you cannot edit it without recording again from the start.
TRUE or FALSE: You can control which of your installed apps show up in the inter-app audio effects menu.
Why would you want to bounce 2 tracks together?
To save CPU power on your device
To make your track bounce!
To make it easier to group similar parts like backing vocals
To make it easier to group similar parts like backing vocals, and to save CPU power on your device
Why does the ‘auto start’ help you when sampling?
It keeps the audio from peaking
It trims the start of the sample to eliminate ‘dead’ space
It saves disk space
It adjusts the pitch automatically
TRUE or FALSE: Audio can only be recorded with the built-in iOS device microphone
How do you access the strumming patterns with smart guitar?
In the song settings menu
By adjusting the region settings
By using the Autoplay feature
By clicking on the pick icon
The volume adjustment control moves in this direction on each track:
TRUE or FALSE: GarageBand for iOS is the precursor to the OS X version used on the Mac.
TRUE or FALSE: When you create a new song, it is automatically synced to iCloud
How do you access the Song Sections menu?
In the song settings menu
An ‘A/B/C’ indicator in the bottom right corner
At the top of the track headers
With the plus sign in the upper right corner of the GarageBand window
TRUE or FALSE: Bowed strings is the only articulation available when using Smart Strings.
TRUE or FALSE: Email is one of the export options offered in GarageBand for iOS
GarageBand for iOS 101
Explained and Explored
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