[MPA] multi track and noise reduction

Jonathan Edström jonathan at cinepost.se
Wed May 19 13:45:58 PDT 2004

When you choose 'Export to iTunes' from the File-menu GB will export 
your song as a 44.1kHz 16Bit AIFF-file.

That's CD-quality.


On May 19, 2004, at 8:21 PM, John wrote:

>>> I like being able to adjust the volume on a track by track basis, 
>>> something I haven't seen in GarageBand (yes, you can turn a track's 
>>> volume up and down, but you cannot adjust a portion of pne track up 
>>> or down).
>> If you click on the little arrow next to the headphones it'll flip 
>> out "Track Volume". There you can ajust a portion of the track.
> Cough cough, ummm, yeah...Thanks!
> Well, this makes GarageBand look a little better...  I'll have to play 
> with it.
> One other thing - what ways can I export these files? I want to burn 
> an audio CD, at near audio quality (Minidisc in). I would like to 
> export a wav file or aiff file at CD quality.
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