Apple's GarageBand is a little DAW with a lot of big features. This beginner's guide course shows you where everything is, how it all works and gets you up and making music fast. So start learning GarageBand now!
If you own a Mac, you own GarageBand, too... it comes with every Mac and it's yours for free! So you may as well learn how to use it! This Absolute Beginner's Guide course explains everything you need to know to build your confidence to use all the features of this great software for recording and producing music, creating podcasts and more.
Beginning with a detailed introduction to creating your first project and then doing some very cool editing and mixing, this course takes you through every feature step-by-step, explaining and demystifying everything in a logical way. You learn about the synths, the arpeggiator and the virtual amps and pedals as well as how to record audio and MIDI. You even learn how to score music to video! So join trainer and educator Matt Vanacoro as he takes you on a 39-tutorial, GarageBand journey!
This videos you can watch any time they are great teachers they know how to explain. If I don’t understand something I go back and watch again I have over 300 hundreds video from Pro tools Logic Pro. GarageBand. Believe me you will be Amazed how much you can learn from this video
Guitarno wrote on May 21, 2020
Very good basic course on GarageBand.A wide range of topics are covered including all the main features & functions. Lessons are brief and to the point and more of a general overview.
David-H wrote on March 11, 2019
This course is absolutely fantastic :-)
I learnt soooooo much. Was very easy to follow and I loved the bite size segments. Definitely a 'go to' point for future referencing !
Well Done - Keep it up !
Jason wrote on March 21, 2018
That was excellent Matt. Very precise, concise and useful. I really enjoy your teaching style. Many thanks from Ottawa.
Geoff wrote on October 12, 2015
It is probably good for those wanting to produce music. I want to use it to edit audio podcasts. through basic mixing, compression and normalization of a voice track. I watched the first 27 or 28 and nothing was really helpful in my case. Maybe a category training section that allows different segments to be watched that would deal only with mixing and editing