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The importance of managing configurations and preferences in professional work
Setting microphone preamplifier gain to achieve both adequate headroom and a good signal-to-noise ratio
Setting a noise gate for a bass guitar with amplifier noise
A great-sounding live vocal mic that you might never have heard of [with video]
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September 13, 2004
SonicBoomBox from Ultimate Sound Bank is a collection of loops and instruments for GarageBand, intended to provide a wealth of new sounds and creative opportunities.
The collection contains 222 instruments for GarageBand. All is needed is a simple USB or MIDI keyboard to play them. You'll find Drums, Percussion, Bass, Guitars, Keyboards, Synths and more.
There are also more than 4000 loops on the DVD. Hip Hop vibes, House loops, tons of drum and percussion loops, acoustic guitar riffs, bass, brass and keyboard phrases - it's all in there.
For the Instruments, SonicBoomBox requires a GarageBand-compatible Macintosh with GarageBand installed. The Apple Loops with work with any Apple Loops compatible program, including GarageBand, Soundtrack, Logic Audio, and Final Cut.
SonicBoomBox is available now, with a retail price of 99 USD.
For more information, visit their web site at www.usbsounds.com