How to Echo in GarageBand

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You can add an echo to any track in GarageBand by following just a few basic steps. Add echo in GarageBand with help from an audio engineer and Web manager in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Tim Trotter, and today I'm gonna show you how you can create an echo effect on any track in GarageBand. Once you get GarageBand opened up, go ahead and find yourself some kind of loop. For this example, I've already got a piano loop up here in the timeline. It sounds like this just raw. Now, to add an echo effect on it, you're gonna wanna go to the bottom right here and click info. That's gonna open up the track info for that particular instrument. You'll notice it opens up on to the browse tab here, but you want it on the edit tab. Once the edit is up, you'll notice in the very bottom left here a master echo controller. Right now it's on, as indicated by the blue button, but it's at zero. We're gonna go ahead and just for this demonstration put it all the way up to 100. Now, restart your track. And hit play. You'll notice how it starts playing on top of itself, and at the very end it literally echoes out. And that's how you create an echo effect in GarageBand. Thanks for watching.


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