#1
hey, so i'm a bit confused and i'm this has maybe already been asked but idk. so i have some acoustic songs i've recorded but how do i get some drums into them aswell? i'm not a drummer so do i need a drum machine or a program of some kind? and once i have either one of those then how do i go about doing it? btw i don't have windows i have an apple mac thing whatever it's called lol. thanks guys i really need help eyy.
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#2
garage band (which is built in to macs)/ Logic Pro (better but isn't free) + drum machine/computer program

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#5
Inserting drums, post-production is a pain. Drums go in first and everything else works to their beat. That said, adding percussion sounds to a track is another matter. I knew a guy who made great recordings of percussion by tearing strips of paper and tapping a ciggie pack in front of a mic.
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#6
Quote by Lurcher
Inserting drums, post-production is a pain. Drums go in first and everything else works to their beat. That said, adding percussion sounds to a track is another matter. I knew a guy who made great recordings of percussion by tearing strips of paper and tapping a ciggie pack in front of a mic.


This is true, you will most likely be out of time, which will make life hard.
#7
You can always get a live drummer to record over your tracks. I've done that for people before.

Did you record with a metronome or click track? That helps.........