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4. Recording more than one track
- Recording more than one track using the Songtree app
Instead of overdubbing an existing song, you may choose to start an entirely new one. The record view lets you lay down your musical ideas quickly and intuitively. If you upload a song, rather than overdubbing one, Songtree will automatically recognize it is not an overdub and start a new tree.
Tip: make sure to use the metronome, whenever possible, to facilitate other users to follow your tempo when they overdub your tracks.
If you wish to record more than one track, it is recommended to bounce the first track by sharing it, and then create an overdub of your own track. This allows to keep the parts separate for a future mix.
If you wish to only share the mix of both tracks on the community, you can simply hide the first one. To hide a track, use the visibility control marked with this icon.