How do you make your musical loop in the timeline (called a region) longer or shorter?
What do the Solo and Mute buttons in the Tracks column do?
List three ways to get video into a GarageBand project.
How do you toggle the counter between musical notation and absolute time?
How do you indicate where you want your songs placed in iTunes?
Click the Loop Browser button; it looks like an eye.
Click an instrument in the first three columns of buttons in the Loops section; then add search criteria by clicking buttons in the next three columns of buttons. Your search results show up at the far-right end of the Loop Browser.
Drag a loop into the music workspace to create a new track.
Position your cursor near the top half of either end of the region. Your cursor will turn into a loop pointer, which lets you drag the region to make it longer or shorter.
The Solo button silences all other tracks and plays only the selected track. The Mute button silences only the selected track; the other tracks play as usual.
Click the Media Browser button, select video, and drag a video into the workspace. Drag a movie clip from the Finder directly into the workspace. Or export video directly from iMovie to open in a new GarageBand project.
Click the tiny icons on the left side of the digital counter. They are a musical note (displays musical time) and a clock (displays absolute time).
Choose GarageBand > Preferences, and click the General tab to record your iTunes export details.