A metronome or “click track” is something that can really help you keep in time when recording, and keep your tracks “on the grid”, which make editing and layering multi-tracks so much easier.
So why, oh why, would you ever want to turn the metronome off and go freestyle when recording a song?
In this video, I show you why sometimes it’s better to be complete “off the grid” when it comes to recording a song.
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