How to use Live Loops and Tracks view in GarageBand iOS? (iPad/iPhone)

How to use Live Loops and Tracks view in GarageBand iOS? (iPad/iPhone).

If you have ever wondered what the two different views in GarageBand iPad and GarageBand iPhone are all about, how to use them, and how to switch between them, then this video is for you.

In this video, I take you through a beginner’s guide to creating a new song in GarageBand using Tracks view and Live Loops view, and how to also use both views for even more flexible music creation.

Live Loops is a “DJ” style creation mode, which uses a grid of loops and samples which can be triggered by tapping them in real time, which is where the name “Live Loops” comes from.

Track view is the more traditional “DAW” (Digital Audio Workstation) style view where you can see all your tracks laid out and can record and edit each track.

GarageBand iOS gives you the ability to use both modes together to create some very cool beats, sounds and songs right on your iPad or iPhone.
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