Macintosh users wanting to get the most out of GarageBand 3 – for creating tunes, recording voice or instruments, or creating a podcast – can now find real-world help about each topic in the latest editions of three electronic books in the Take Control series:
- Take Control of Making Music with GarageBand
puts new and intermediate GarageBand users in charge of making songs using GarageBand’s built-in loops. Seattle musician Jeff Tolbert mixes music theory with step-by-step instructions to show readers how to work creatively with GarageBand and get great results. The ebook includes linked-in audio samples that demonstrate the techniques discussed.
- In Take Control of Recording Music with GarageBand,
Jeff Tolbert takes readers into the recording studio, offering real-world know-how and GarageBand techniques for getting the most out of their gear, running a recording session, and applying effects like a pro. This ebook also features linked-in audio examples that enable the reader to listen to examples of concepts discussed.
- Written by experienced podcaster Andy Affleck, Take Control of Podcasting on the Mac
takes readers from rough idea to polished podcast, with advice on setting up gear, using recording and editing software (including
GarageBand 3), publishing the sound file, and promoting the podcast. To kick off the release of the ebook, Andy has begun a companion podcast – the “Take Control of Podcasting” podcast, available at http://www.takecontrolbooks.com/mac-podcasting/
The ebooks are available separately for $10 each, and two-ebook bundle discounts are available for $17.50.