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[Getting started] Get Up to Speed with Apple Loops

Get Up to Speed with Apple Loops
Whether you're a Logic or GarageBand user, you can spice up your recordings with a huge range of instrument loops and sound effects via the Apple Loops that were included with your DAW. Here's a video tutorial to get you up to speed right away.

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What mic are you using for your voiceovers on these videos if you don't mind me asking?

Also, interesting coincidence, that 80s pop beat 10 is the EXACT same loop I used on a song I made 5 or 6 years ago back in my garageband days. Nice to see it's still alive and kicking!
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What mic are you using for your voiceovers on these videos if you don't mind me asking?

For that particular video I used a Blue Microphones Spark, which is a relatively low cost condenser. I also processed the voiceover track in iZotope Nectar 2, which has some pretty cool presets for spoken word recordings.

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Also, interesting coincidence, that 80s pop beat 10 is the EXACT same loop I used on a song I made 5 or 6 years ago back in my garageband days. Nice to see it's still alive and kicking!

That is a coinicidence! I actually picked that loop almost at random. I was just looking for a relatively simple, MIDI-based drum loop to use for the video.
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