How to download loops/samples and use in GarageBand iPhone/iPad
In this video, I show you how to download additional loops and samples from site like freesound.org and other web sites, and import these sounds in to your GarageBand iOS projects.
GarageBand allows you to import any WAV or MP3 file directly in to an audio recorder track, or use it as a sample in the sampler instrument for even more control.
In this demonstration, I download some loops and samples, then show how these can be imported and used in GarageBand iPhone or GarageBand iPad to create some cool new sounds.
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