2 Replies Latest reply: Jan 17, 2013 12:24 PM by margencolva
margencolva Level 1 Level 1

I have an iPad 3rd generation and I downloaded Garageband. But I couldn't understand something.

 

For example sometimes the drums sound louder, sometimes they sound quieter. I didn't understand why. Is it because of how I push?

 

And what makes me mad is the grand piano is so quiet. I can't hear it. Help


iPad, iOS 6.0.1
Solved by léonie on Jan 12, 2013 12:20 PM Solved

You can adjust the touch sensitity of the keyboard: Then the volume will depend on how hard you touch the screen:  From the GarageBand help: (http://help.apple.com/garageband/ipad/1.2/index.html#chs39282dbe)

 

Adjust the touch sensitivity of the keys:

Increasing the touch sensitivity makes notes sound louder or softer depending on how hard you tap the keys.

  • Tap the Keyboard button IL_KeyboardControls.png , and turn Velocity on.
  • Pinch the two ends of the Velocity bar apart to increase the sensitivity range, or pinch them together to decrease the range.
  • Drag the Velocity bar up or down to move the sensitivity range. This is particularly useful after pinching the ends closer together to limit sensitivity to a narrow range.

 

 

The same goes for the drums. If you do not want touch sensitivity, turn "Velocity" off.

 

Regards

Léonie

  • léonie Level 10 Level 10
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    You can adjust the touch sensitity of the keyboard: Then the volume will depend on how hard you touch the screen:  From the GarageBand help: (http://help.apple.com/garageband/ipad/1.2/index.html#chs39282dbe)

     

    Adjust the touch sensitivity of the keys:

    Increasing the touch sensitivity makes notes sound louder or softer depending on how hard you tap the keys.

    • Tap the Keyboard button IL_KeyboardControls.png , and turn Velocity on.
    • Pinch the two ends of the Velocity bar apart to increase the sensitivity range, or pinch them together to decrease the range.
    • Drag the Velocity bar up or down to move the sensitivity range. This is particularly useful after pinching the ends closer together to limit sensitivity to a narrow range.

     

     

    The same goes for the drums. If you do not want touch sensitivity, turn "Velocity" off.

     

    Regards

    Léonie

  • margencolva Level 1 Level 1

    Thank you so much Léonie,

     

    Now they sound much better