#3
Sounds like it's somewhere between 76-80, I'm not sure though and I only listened to about half of it.
#4
Im trying to put garageband drums on top of it. I'm not sure if its the intro thats throwing those drums off because it doesn't follow that tempo or what.
#5
You begin in 5/4, for about 3 bars, then do something like 7/4 when you do the muted strum bit before you bridge into the main part of the song which is in 4/4.

(I couldn't be bothered to properly count to figure out exactly what you're doing)

I don't think the tempo is the issue - you just need to account for the changes in meter (time signature) and so long as you played this all in tempo you will land in the right place.
#6
try recording over the drums.
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#8
Time signature. You might have to manually place the drums, for fills and such because of the messed up and constantly changing signatures.
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#9
Maybe e-drums just aren't my forte. Do I sound like im keeping rhythm? Its got me wondering now if I'm actually as on point as I think I am.
#10
I've told you what I think your problem is.
It's impossible to tell if you are one hundred percent in time as you don't have a click going over that sound clip you posted and none of us are human metronomes.
It sounds like you are playing consistently.
I might download your track and see if I can fit drums to it - I'm very busy but if I get time I'll do it...