How do you record two inputs at once on GarageBand?

How do you record two inputs at once on GarageBand?

Record to multiple audio tracks simultaneously

  1. In GarageBand on Mac, set the instrument or microphone input source for each track you want to record to.
  2. Choose Track > Configure Track Header.
  3. Click the Record Enable button in the track header of each track you want to record to.

Can you record two tracks at once in GarageBand IOS?

With Multi-Take Recording, GarageBand creates a new take each time the playhead starts over from the beginning of a section. GarageBand records each new take to the same track—each track can contain multiple takes. Then, you can choose the take you like best and delete the others.

Can you multitrack in GarageBand on IPAD?

To turn on multitrack recording, tap the Settings button in the control bar, tap Advanced, then tap the Multitrack Recording switch. Tap the Tracks button in the control bar. Drag a track icon to the right to show the track headers. Tap the circular Record Enable button in the header of each track you want to record.

How do I multitrack record in GarageBand IOS?

Launch GarageBand and select New Project. Enable the multitracking feature: Click the Track menu and choose Enable Multitrack Recording. Once multitracking is enabled, you’ll see a new round button appear just to the right of each track’s instrument icon. Clicking these buttons arms the selected tracks for recording.

How many tracks can you record at once in GarageBand?

255 Audio Tracks
You can create a maximum of 255 Audio Tracks in GarageBand. How many you could record on simultaneously depends on your audio interface (how many audio channels) and your computers CPU and Hard Drive throughput.

What is multi recording?

Multiple-take recording means you can record multiple versions (takes) in succession. Once you stop recording, you can preview the various takes and choose which one you want to use in the project. The secret to multiple-take recording involves the Cycle Recording preference and the cycle area in the timeline.

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