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Has anyone recorded a crescendo and decrescendo on Garageband's song? [message #87520] Sat, 15 February 2020 06:33 Go to next message
stevepappas452 is currently offline  stevepappas452
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I am using Garageband since a long time. I want the sound to be decreased and increased without me modifying it, on a song I recorded on GB. Is there a solution to this?
Re: Has anyone recorded a crescendo and decrescendo on Garageband's song? [message #87525 is a reply to message #87520] Mon, 24 February 2020 16:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Saidom is currently offline  Saidom
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You can set the volume to increase or decrease on your tracks automatically by enabling the "display main track", which you can locate in the track's menu.

Also, I have been using audacity lately, but I still wish I was able to use Garageband. As windows os doesn't have support for Garageband officially. Do you know any way to run it on windows?
Re: Has anyone recorded a crescendo and decrescendo on Garageband's song? [message #88292 is a reply to message #87525] Mon, 04 July 2022 06:05 Go to previous message
stevepappas452 is currently offline  stevepappas452
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Thanks for the answer. Just solved my issue.

Actually, I am thinking to upgrade my setup and looking for some suggestions for monitors specially for music production. I am thinking to go with Acer R240HY bidx monitor as it have very good reviews online. Do you guys have any other suggestions? it would be appriciated. Thanks.
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