Making Music on the Apple Mac: Record your Own Music on CD / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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All Mac computers are suitable for recording music but which one you choose depends very much on what you want to do. Whether you're a singer/songwriter, a band member, a dance music producer, a composer, or a music educator, this book will point you in the right direction.
There's a section on setting up your studio and configuring your audio and MIDI interfaces for optimum performance. Step by step projects show you how to record with GarageBand, an easy-to-use package with hundreds of instruments and loops, that's free with every Mac.
And when your masterpiece is complete, learn how to organise your music, create playlists, burn CDs and publish your music on the Net.
Making music is now easier than ever on the Mac.
|Edition description:||New Edition|
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About the Author
Keith Gemmell is a UK music technology writer who contributes monthly to Music Tech Magazine. He also publishes educational sheet music and audio products from his busy Internet site.
Keith began his musical career at the age of seventeen playing saxophone, composing and recording for such labels as Virgin, Electra and Elton John's Rocket Records. This valuable experience enabled him to work alongside top record producers such as Gus Dudgeon. Since then he s been involved in just about every style of music imaginable both as a player and writer ranging from jazz orchestras to reggae outfits. You can find out more about him at www.saxmusicplus.com.