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GarageBand Question


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So here's my question:
Since I can't play real OR virtual instruments, I'm going to be staying away from that area of the program. With GB, can I take two songs and put them together? Like, mixing and matching tidbits of each song to create one final track?
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A friend of mine just bought an iMac and is using GarageBand to record some of her electric guitar and bass sessions: she bought an M-Audio thingy (can't remember the model number) so she plug her instruments in her iMac and record.

I think that what you are looking for is more of a mixing app. Never tried to see if GB will allow mixing. Maybe by playing with the master volume on each track...
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