Lesson Review


1.

What are common instruments used in the rhythm tracks of a song?

2.

Other than copy and paste, what is another method for duplicating selected regions in the Timeline?

3.

When using the Musical Typing window for recording, what keyboard shortcuts can you use to move the playhead to the beginning of the project?

4.

What does the term doubling mean when referring to an instrument part?

5.

How can you change the pitch of (transpose) an entire Software Instrument region?

6.

How many semitones are in one musical octave?

7.

What is the maximum amount you can transpose a Software Instrument region?

8.

What is a saving method that allows you to go back to an earlier version of the song?

9.

How can you view the actual length of a project in hours, minutes, seconds, and fractions of a second?

Answers

A1:

Drums, percussion, and bass are common rhythm instruments.

A2:

The Option-drag method is an easy way to duplicate selected regions in the Timeline.

A3:

The Return key can be used to move the playhead to the beginning of a song while the Musical Typing window is active. The Z and the Home key methods are disabled during Musical Typing.

A4:

Doubling refers to duplicating a musical part on a second track to fatten the sound.

A5:

Select the region and open it in the editor, then drag the Region Pitch slider to transpose the region.

A6:

There are 12 semitones in each octave.

A7:

You can transpose a Software Instrument up to 36 semitones (three octaves) higher or lower.

A8:

Save the song in stages with names that indicate what is new in that version.

A9:

Change the time display to the Absolute Time mode.






Apple Training Series GarageBand 3
Apple Training Series: GarageBand 3
ISBN: 0321421655
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 134
Authors: Mary Plummer
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