Basic Info
DDaneskovic
@ddaneskovic   2 years ago
This audio was made in virtual guitar amplifier software called Guitar Rig 5 with Behringer UCA 200 usb music card. Guitar Rig 5 has options for setting up ASIO4ALL free driver where latency from Behringer (usb music card) can be set up optimally. For example Guitar Rig 5 has option for set up noise gate. This option is very important for guitars which buzz a lot in background.
PaulJones9
@pauljones   2 years ago
Nice jam! Sounds awesome. What kind of effects did you use on the bass guitar?
DDaneskovic
@ddaneskovic   2 years ago
Thanks @pauljones for every like and rating and thanks on comment. I made this backing track few months ago in GarageBand'11 (I think it was version 6.0.5) I actually do not have mac machine and GarageBand (and Logic pro X of course) works only on Apple devise. I used VMware player and virtual Mac OS (I think it was 10.9.5 Mavericks).That is why there is some slim noise in background but it is quite well at the end. I made that backing track with loop sections so everything that can be heard in that track is pre-build as loop. There is possibility to transpose whole score for on-demand interval -+ and it is very easy to work with even for beginner. I tried to see what kind of advanced potential has Apple music production softwares like GarageBand or Logic pro. I also know that new Cubase and Pro tools have options for arranging loops but my final conclusion is that Apple machines are better for music productions. That is why softwares like GarageBand and Logic pro are only for Apple machines. I will upload Backing track in Dm without my jam so everyone on site can use it.
DDaneskovic
@ddaneskovic   2 years ago
I just saw in my GarageBand file that I used Edgy Rock Bass loop for bass sections. I hope that this comments are helpful but I will try to help for any other question if I can.
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