Garageband 10’s Drummer track is brilliant, isn’t it?

It’s the next best thing to actually recording an actual drummer playing on an actual drum kit. I find myself using it much more than any other of Garageband’s features.

Turns out you lovely Garageband Guide readers like it just as much as I do! Back when Garageband 10 was first released I asked which of it’s shiny new features you would like to see me cover first…

HUNDREDS of emails later it was clear what you wanted to see.

The resulting tutorial has gone on to become one of the most popular in the history of The Garageband Guide.

Check it out here if you haven’t already: How To Use Drummer

Fast forward a year and a half (has it really been that long?!) and not only has the Drummer track been updated with shiny new kits and virtual drummers, i’ve had a chance to really get to grips with some of the more in depth and advanced features of Apple’s automated rhythm section.

So, without further ado, here’s some secret advanced techniques that you can use to get the most from Garageband 10’s Drummer track…




Did I miss anything out?

What secret tricks do you know about in Garageband 10 or it’s features?

Leave a comment below and let me know!