Teaching My Dad GagargeBand for iPhone Part 2

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This is a narrated video to reveal the sneaky little drawer where one can find both basic and elaborated track controls.

I never considered it hidden, but my Dad did. He could see his recently recorded signal, but he could not hear it. So, he deleted it and tried again and again and again... poor guy.

His recently recorded track's volume was too low compared to the accompaniment track's (drums). His guitar track was set to the default volume, and that's too low.
This is a quick video to show him the track controls area.


Teaching My Dad GagargeBand for iPhone Part 2

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Thank you for watching and upvoting. This little project will contain some live yet slightly edited broadcasts and also fully edited and narrated videos. I'm doing whatever I can to get this guy up and running comfortably. Musical fun is in our future.

I just need to finish these big band recordings. It's a drag man. It's potentially healthy, but I want to make albums. I want to sell albums and original music.

Thanks again.

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Has your dad been taking the advice from these tutorials?

Inspiring question, thanks.
Short answer is, yes.
He said better than most.

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(I hope he feels that way about part 2 and 3... I’m wanna get back to the fisheyes lens technique I used in the first video.)

Thanks again for asking. I have a fun series of text messages from Dad. Your question has inspired me to share a post about his/OUR progress through the process.

Glad that's working out well.

Always nice to hear from you man.

Yeah me too. He’s been a very open minded person for his age and fear of tech. I’ve spent a lot of time telling him, “Dude, you ain’t got nothing, and if you did ‘they/computers, whatever, already got it!” It’s healthier to make music and create songs... not that escape and ignorance is bliss, just saying, we can remain chill and musical and productive in quarantine and isolation-ishness.