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  • Barney Regard
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    Joined: Feb 1st, 2008
    basic real instrument recording question
    With GarageBand I use "real instrument"recording 90% of the time.If I record on a track,get half finished and decide to hang it up until the next day do I have to create a new track to proceed from where I left off or can I continue recording on the original track from where I quit? If so ,what is the best way to do this? If all this is beyond basic I apologize but my old brain is also beyond basic so I have an excuse. By the way,to illustrate my era has anyone out there recognized the musician who my play on words, "Barney Regard" refers to?
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  • Rounik Admin
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    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006
    Re: basic real instrument recording question
    Hi Barney, You don't need to create a new track to continue from. If the original track with your recorded part (say guitar) is half finished and you want to use the same effects, then just carry on recording on the same track. You can always move or copy the audio region you record on that track to a new "real instrument" track with the same or different effects whenever you want... Now, who does "barney regard" refer to??? Cheers Rounik
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  • Barney Regard
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    Joined: Feb 1st, 2008
    Re: basic real instrument recording question
    Barney Bigard was the great New Orleans clarinetist who ,in the twenties moved to New York and played with King Oliver and Louis Armstrong.He then joined the Duke Ellington Orchestra and stayed somewhere around twenty years. An interesting feature of his playing is that he used the older Albert fingering system which many believe gave him his rich,fat, woody tone.To check him at his height listen to the great Ellington Band of the early 1940's
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