Bitcrusher Effect in GarageBand iOS (iPhone/iPad) – Quick Jam #38

In this quick tip tutorial video I show you how to use the bitcrusher effect in GarageBand iOS on iPad and iPhone.

The bitcrusher effect allows you to control the bitrate (resolution) of the audio, as well as the sample rate (through downsampling). This creates a lo-fi, distorted, “old school” sound that can be a great addition to some tracks.

Covered in this video:
1. What is the bitcrusher effect
2. Adjusting the resolution (bitrate)
3. Adjusting the downsampling (sample rate)
4. Using a bitcrusher effect on guitar
5. Using a bitcrusher effect on vocals

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