Where does Garageband Store Audio Files – & How To Extract Separate Audio Files ??

Where does Garageband Store Audio Files – & How To Extract Separate Audio Files ??

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Welcome to Let’s Talk Video Production,
let’s talk about extracting a separate file from GarageBand. Do subscribe for
similar videos like this on podcast and video production. So I’ve recorded some
audio here and I want that as a separate file. I want to extract that WAV file and
have that separately. What I’m going to do first, just make sure the project is
saved and I’m just going to save that on my desktop so that’s going to be easier
to find and then close GarageBand because it will make this a lot easier.
And you can see here on the desktop the GarageBand file is there.
Right click and you’ll have a number of options. Select “Show Package Contents” and
that’s going to open it up. Go to “Media,” Audio Files and any audio files that
you’ve recorded are going to be there. You could drag and drop it somewhere
else but instead we’re going to copy and paste. If you just removed it from here
next time you go to open the GarageBand file it’s not going to be there so
you’re recording won’t show in your GarageBand file. You might not mind. And there it is we’ve got the separate file and you can do that with any number of
audio files you’ve recorded there. So, super easy giving this video a like
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2 thoughts on “Where does Garageband Store Audio Files – & How To Extract Separate Audio Files ??

  1. Extracting files / Finding where GarageBand stores audio files… same thing but I changed the title! Hope this is helpful ?

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