How To Mix Vocals in Garageband

Mixing vocals in Garageband to make professional quality vocals and mixes. This is a really easy way to make your vocals seem louder and be heard in a song’s mix. Thanks for all of you who asked for the tutorial and if you need any more let me know so I can start to make one! Check out my songs to hear what the mix sounds like. My ‘studio’ is a really cheap set up and that’s what I think Garageband is all about – being able to have a really great sound quality that you’re happy with, without spending thousands. Thanks for watching! Ryan from AIA

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