You can modify and adjust drum setting on the Track Settings and Song Settings
This allows you to move through different drums. For example, there are a number of different guitars - Bass guitars, Strings, Woodwind instruments etc. Whereas when it comes to drums, the actual drums itself is somewhat limited in terms of what you could get. There are just different additions, different add-ons, different heads and skins, but it is not likely that you are going to have a Grand Piano or Small Piano, a Keyboard or a Yamaha Keyboard. Those are some of the reasons why there are lesser effects for drums than there are for some other instruments.
That gives you an idea of what you can do in terms of your drumming and how that drum background sets the tone for any other instruments that you are going to be playing or putting in
As any musician can tell you, having a good drum background and a good base background is an excellent place to start off for most type of music - at least those that are not classical. Classical music is obviously a bit different as any classical musician can tell. Hopefully, you will tell us in the comments below. You have been watching VisiHow and this a part of series of how to get started with Garageband on the iPhone 6. Thanks for watching and please stay tuned for additional videos. Thanks and have a great day!