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GB being Garage Band (Apple).

I don't know why most of the loops are in the same key, but whatever. I'm sure there's a way to change stuff - and way more available for download! But I think they download to my HDD not my external.

Anyway. I chose some loops and clowned around with a lotta-reverb-moderate-gain line around it all.

I even posted it so you guys can chuckle with me: https://soundcloud.com/https%3A%2F%2Fsoundcloud.com%2Fsears-was-here%2Ffirst-jam-with-gb-loops
The big thing for me was making a new clean amp preset in GB. Now I need to go through the 3 that I've made and see which one is best. My high gain ones are very "meh". All the dirt and reverb on the guitar is from my Fractal FX8. For some reason, my one delay isn't coming through...
 
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Each project has a key, which defines the central note to which the other notes relate. By default, new projects are in the key of C major. You can choose a new key when you create a project, and change it later while you’re working. When you add Apple Loops to your project, they match the project key.

Set the project key and scale in the LCD
  • In the LCD, click the key, then choose a key from the pop-up menu.

You can also transpose parts of a project using the Transposition track. For information about the Transposition track, see Transposition track overview.

When you change the project’s scale type from major to minor or vice versa, in some cases the key may change enharmonically (for example, from Db major to C# minor). These changes follow common practice for printed music, and affect only the key as shown in the menu, not the pitch of regions in your project.
 
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