How To Play Drums On Garageband Ipad

GarageBand User Guide for iPad

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GarageBand for iOS makes it incredibly simple to play, record, and share your music, no matter where you are. Tap into a wide range of instruments from around the world. And now with the Sound Library, you can choose and download more free instrument and loop packs when new sounds are released, to help you easily craft songs in your favorite.

You can quickly create drum grooves with Smart Drums. Simply drag drums into the grid and position them to set the complexity and intensity of each drum part. After you record a drum groove, you can make changes and preview the changes before re-recording the drum groove.

Open the Smart Drums

  • Tap the Browser button , swipe to the Drums, then tap the Smart Drums button.

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Choose a drum kit for Smart Drums

  • Tap the drum icon in the upper-left corner, then tap the drum kit you want to play. You can also swipe left or right to change to the previous or next drum kit.

Preview drums in the drum kit

Add drums to the grid

  • Drag a drum into the grid.

    The farther right you place the drum in the grid, the more complex its part; the higher you place it, the louder it plays. You can reposition drums in the grid until you like the part each one plays.

    To stop playback, tap the Power button to turn it off. To clear the grid, tap Reset.

Create a drum groove automatically

  • Tap the Dice button to the left of the grid.

    You can tap the Dice button multiple times to try out different grooves.

Record a drum groove

After you have created a drum groove, you can record it to use in the song.

  1. Tap the Record button in the control bar.

  2. If you drag drums into the grid, change their position, or drag them out of the grid, your changes are recorded as part of the drum groove.

  3. When you finish, tap the Play button in the control bar to stop recording.

How To Play Drums On Garageband Ipad

Edit the drum groove after you record

After you record a drum groove, the grid shows what has been recorded at the current playhead position. For example, if you recorded a snare drum starting at bar 5, moving the playhead to bar 5 (or later) shows the snare in the grid.

  • You can edit the recorded drum groove and try out your changes without altering the recording. Playback starts when you add or move drums in the grid so you can hear your edits. To stop playback, tap the Power button to turn it off. To keep your changes, record the groove again.

Make music with Touch Instruments

Use Touch Instruments to play keyboards, drums, guitars, strings, and more. Record your own vocals or plug in your guitar or bass, and play through a great selection of amps and stompbox effects.

Build your song

Choose from hundreds of Apple Loops to add to your song, add a drummer that plays along to the music you recorded, and mix your song with effect plug-ins.

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Create music like a DJ

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Use Live Loops to create electronic music by simply tapping cells and columns in the grid to trigger musical loops. You can build your own arrangements, then improvise and record a Live Loops performance.

Download free loops and instruments

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Use the Sound Library to download and manage sound packs containing hundreds of loops, sounds, Touch Instruments, drum kits, and more. GarageBand lets you know when new sound packs are available to download.

How To Play Drums On Garageband

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