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Here is a tutorial for how I create backing tracks with Garageband and Toontrack's EZ Drummer 2 and EZ Keys. These tools from Toontrack are very helpful for songwriters. You can create good sounding backing tracks or songs really quickly.
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I want to make 12 bar blues backing tracks. In any key. In any chord progression – major or minor.
It has to be in Garageband 10.4.2 on Mac – nothing else please!
I cant find any training online but I keep searching.
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I’ve got Mac 10.13 so can’t help you on your 10.4 version.
But in general, the internet has tons of free blues backing tracks in all keys and styles and speeds.
There are also free sites that let you convert YouTube backing tracks to mp3 and then you just drag them into your Garageband. (If that’s what you’re looking for I’ll send you the conversion link I use). PM me for that.
If you want to make your own BTs, that’s a different ball game and I can’t help you there; I don’t think i could make anything as good as the free available ones all over the internet.
Hey Brian, go to Youtube and search “GarageBand recording guitar”. There are many tutorials. You do need to know how to set up the built-in drummer and set the tempo. Toward that end, do a Youtube search for “GarageBand drummer tutorial”. Again, there are hundreds of tutorials. All that’s left to do is the bass track, and there are several ways to do that. The best way is to buy a cheap bass. Failing that, have a look at the GarageBand pedalboard (do a Youtube search for that, if you haven’t used it yet). Among the pedals, there should be an octaver that will make your guitar sound like a bass. Hopefully you can plug your MacBook into a large screen monitor, because that makes working with any DAW waaaaaay easier.
Or you could just download some of the thousands of blues backing tracks from Youtube. Mozilla Firefox has some plug-ins (they call them “add-ons”) that are supposed to do that, but sometimes they work, and sometimes they don’t. I use Quicktime along with a free app called Blackhole 16ch which I downloaded from GitHub. Here’s a video on it:
The advantage is that you can record whatever is playing on your Mac, either video or audio. Unlike the Firefox add-ons, it always works.