How to use the "Follow Tempo & Pitch" function in GarageBand iOS (iPhone/iPad)
If you use Apple Loops in your GarageBand iPhone or GarageBand iPad projects, you are probably familiar with both the "Looping" and the "Follow Tempo & Pitch" options.
It makes sense - you want your loops to be aligned with the rest of your track, so matching the tempo and pitch makes sense.
So when would you ever turn this option off? In this video, I show you an example of when you would NOT use this feature.
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