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I love iMovie. it has served as an amazing tool for my students, friends to name a couple.

Anywho. I want to use iMovie for producing some music. Yeah. Using the two audio tracks, running the master track on one, while recording vocals on the other. I've already produced commercials for my student's class business (JAM) using iMovie:




http://ilab.learn.to



(scroll down to the "Jammercials" and download!).

...and they turned out awesome.

The problem is that one cannot overdub or hear the other audio track when one is talking/singing. Can it be done? Are there any other Mac apps that can do this other than professional digital audio apps like Cubase VST or Logic Audio?
 

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How about ProTools FREE:

http://www.digidesign.com/ptfree/

It runs on OS 9, though :(

In iMovie, you can put more than one element in anaudio track, they will all be played. So, put everything in track one and record on track 2.

But really, check out proTools free, or hit versiontracker.com to search out some applicable shareware/commercialware.
 
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