Dan Baker set out to hurt his old iPhone SE by recording 32 tracks of audio into GarageBand. Surprisingly the smallest iPhone survived! Dan did a video detailing his process, and embedded here is the performance.
32 tracks of audio and plugins WILL work on an iPhone SE, the base model of the Apple phone. It’s a 32GB model running its original iOS (11), and it didn’t even break a sweat with what I asked it to do!
Here is recorded a version of “While My Guitar Gently Weeps”, recording audio only – around 1GB of data for it to handle, in addition to plugins on every channel. No GarageBand sounds/instruments used here. The mic for everything was the Zoom iQ6, with the iRig stomp for all guitar/bass/pedal steel/electronic keyboard parts.
Mastered using "Final Touch" for iOS.
Two acoustic guitars
Electric Guitar – one lead, three supporting parts
Pedal Steel Guitar
Yamaha YC-45d keyboard
Three main backing vocals
Four extra vocal parts (texture)
Nine violin parts (three harmonies, three parts each)
Three flute parts
That’s thirty-two tracks altogether….
There will be a tutorial – I made one as I went, but at five hours’ long, I’m going to do a short version!
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