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This is a song a friend of mine recorded and sent me a Wave file in an email, i just added Pedal Steel tracks over the top of it, I recorded the steel 2 times and panned one to the left and the other to the right to give it that stereo effect .. I am looking to maybe add some steel on other garage band stuff that is out there... maybe someone can teach me how to mail Garage band tracks to each other?? also looking to get logic thanks.. hope you enjoy. Ron
email: rshal@yahoo.com
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dave_b said 3203 days ago (September 9th, 2010)
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I like the ironic hook, and your pedal steel tracks sound good. Re GB file transport for collabs we usually:
1. Export the track or tracks via GB's native export utility to ITunes
2. Many of us use a 3rd party file sharing service called DropBox. This utility allows your computer to "see" a shared folder on the internet as a local folder.
3. Copy your tracks which you have exported to ITunes to the dropbox folder. Your collaborators will be able to access them as soon as they've finished uploading to the shared folder on the internet.
3. Your collaborator can then open their GB project and drag the file from the dropbox folder into their project.

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