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Flyaway Tigers - Album


      
      

      
      
      
        
      
    

For the first time ever, you can now pay real internet bucks to download the Flyaway Tigers self titled album.  $2.99 gets you 10 tracks in your choice of formats, lyrics and album artwork.  Rumors abound of a new album in the works to be released sometime this year.  We hope you enjoy!

Check it out at http://www.flyawaytigers.com

GarageBand and SooperLooper


      
      

      
      
      
        
      
    

I've been doing a bit of research for some looping videos on AudioPropellor.com - trying to push the limits of what you would think GarageBand can do.  Unfortunately the limits have been adjusted downwards lately in the name of usability.  Maybe I shouldn't have given up so easily, but I think I'm done.  One problem is that GarageBand automatically adjusts latency, where you used to be able to pick your latency, that is no longer an option.  Good for the average user I suppose.  This would lead to problems with using Jack to pipe audio around - al

Recorded this on my iPad using GarageBand


      
      

      
      
      
   
	
	
	      
      
    

I used the onboard microphone on the iPad to record this little snippet.  Had to put it all the way across the room to do the drums - there's still not input gain on the thing.  I wonder if that's a hardware limitation....

Totally mixed on the ipad using the onboard compression effect on the external mic/ small room setting.  Doesn't really sound horrible, does it?

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So if you haven't figured out yet, I've been busting my hump on AudioPropellor.com lately - it's been evolving into a bit of an obsession.  I've spent a ridiculous amout of time making this new video on how to record drums with two SM57's into GarageBand - and mix it - using, you guessed it, GarageBand.  I blab a little bit about microphones and drum tuning and then record a bit and show how to mix it.  Probably a bit basic for most of the people on this site, but who knows. 

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