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Garageband Podcast Longer than 1:06:00


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I'm using garageband's podcast tool to create enhanced AAC versions of certain CDs that have tracks that merge together (live cds, electronica cds, live electronica cds lol) and as I was coming near the end of my current project I was unable to go past 1:06:00! I was shocked. Is there anyway i can make it so I can extend this limit in Garageband?

Please say there is.
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You may have to start a new project but set the bpm to 50 or less. If you are adding tracks by dragging in to the timeline they should play normally but loops will be screwed up. (note I have not tried this because I don't go past an hour, If it works pls post back.)

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hmmm, doesn't appear i can change the BPM in the Podcasting feature.
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You can, as I say you may have to create a new project. Goto track on the menu and click show master track. The bottem right of the window will show track info for the master. Drag the slider to the desired tempo (BPM). If you do this in an existing project it will screw up the sound.

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Ooo it worked! Appears I can get up to 3 hours and 10 minutes!

Thanks a bunch!
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Ooo it worked! Appears I can get up to 3 hours and 10 minutes!

Thanks a bunch!
Your welcome, I don't know much but I heard that tip on a podcast last week.

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