Tutorials / 6 April 2018

Make Music Instantly: A Simple Guide – Part 3: Editing & Effects

Welcome to week 3 of the Looper how to’s. If you have caught part 1 and part 2 of these tutorials, then I’m sure you are well underway to making music and incredible beats with our freshest update! If not, then check out the first few videos before this one – they are quick, simple and easy to follow and will have you making music in minutes!

This week, we’re diving into editing and effects with Tommy, so let’s get stuck right in…

Stay Tuned

So there we have it! Making music really has never been this easy and you can start now, for free on iOS and Android.

To keep up to date with all of our how-to content, you can search on social networks via the hashtag #BeBetterWithBandLab.

Thank you for tuning in to our simple guide to using the Looper, hopefully, you are now well equipped to make music and you are having fun with it. Next up, we’re going to have a bit of a deep dive into some of the other functionalities which will give you an opportunity to manipulate the looper sounds, EVEN more, giving you much more creative freedom to make the music your own.

Until then, happy looping!


Check out the entire series on how to use the Looper. To try out the Looper, download BandLab here.

 

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