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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice
    Hello,

    I'm here to get some feedback about my homemade songs all done with GarageBand.

    Here's 2 songs I put on Youtube recently :

    http://youtu.be/1BzMouW3xFM

    http://youtu.be/TM9epImIbTs

    It may sounds electronic, but the music was all done with an iPad. It becomes a useful tool for me when a melody comes into my mind and i'm not at home.

    Could you tell me what you think of it, please?
    Do the lyrics make sense?

    Thanks by advance.

    (Sorry about my french accent, I'm working on it)

    Nono.
    Last edited by chscag; 01-23-2015 at 01:54 PM.

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice
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    I liked it! Kinda reminded me of The Nits (from Holland). It's obviously not a studio production but it really gets the point and melody across just fine. Excellent use of backing vocals.

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice

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    Thank you for your comment!

    Is the meaning of the song clear to an english listener?

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice

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    Maybe You Don't Care - Song Created With GarageBand (With vocals)
    Hello,

    here's a new song I wish I could have some feedback on :

    Never Get Older - GarageBand HomeMade Song + Voices Mix - YouTube

    I've tried to create harmonies just with my voice (and a piano to stay tuned).

    Sorry for the french accent.

    Thanks by advance for your comments.

    Nono.

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice
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    Please do not start a new thread when the subject is the same. Just continue with the same thread instead. Threads have been merged.

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice
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    The wording of the lyrics was occasionally a little unusual (for a native English speaker) but the meaning was clear.

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice
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    Very nice. Se the tip about singers in bikinis?
    Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by harryb2448 View Post
    Very nice. Se the tip about singers in bikinis?
    Yes, this is project I have in mind :-)

    It must be the best way to get attention on the internet.

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    There is little doubt you are right, retro!!!
    Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice
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    Hardlythe song I needed on 75th birthday lol but very nice and hot gfx.
    Hang on to those original install discs like grim death! Using OS X.7 or later make a bootable USB thumb drive before running Installer!

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice
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    Gotta say not bad at all. I never really got into GB, but it keeps amazing me the quality that people keep coming up with, and reminds me every time, what a powerful tool it real is.
    Keep it up, you seem to be on the right track
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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice

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    Quote Originally Posted by TattooedMac View Post
    Gotta say not bad at all. I never really got into GB, but it keeps amazing me the quality that people keep coming up with, and reminds me every time, what a powerful tool it real is.
    Keep it up, you seem to be on the right track
    Thank you, are you talking about the song with the video?

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice
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    GB had an update recently, it seems so different now.
    Sincerely, Quietone

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    GarageBand for the amateur - Looking for advice

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    Here's a new song : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ-gHHe-hck

    The music is half made on the ipad and I added the guitar later on garageband osx.

    What do you think of the quality?

    Thank you.

    Nono.

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