1850 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Mar 5, 2008 12:34 PM by Elizabeth Biggs
Hmm, thanks Hangtime. I've tried that twice. I clicked 'c' for the yellow cycle track, dragged it to the length of the short audio region, soloed just that track with the short loop on it, and clicked "Share --> Export to disk." Is there another export option I'm unaware of?
Thanks for your quick help!
oops, i didn't notice this was GB3, the Cycle method was always flaky for me with version 3 (1, 2, and 08 work fine).
the alt approach i used for GB3 is outlined in a tutorial for transferring LP records to iTunes:
skim down to around 2/3 through it till you see this image
and follow along with that
Thanks so much for your help. This looks like it would work in many circumstances and is good to know, but it seems to want at least 7 measures of music, which is much longer than most of the samples will be. Sigh. I wish the other versions of Garageband were installed in this school's music computer lab!
Any other ideas? The problem is that I need to post directions on our class blog, so bringing up Audacity is probably far too complicated without a demo. And the computers don't have Quicktime Pro installed.
Maybe I'll just wait till after spring break. They can currently drag regions onto their custom sampling keyboards made in Sound Effects, and change pitch one at a time through effects.
Very frustrating, though. It would be nice if Apple would simply add an "export region to audio" menu option!