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I have seen the future of rock n roll and it's name is...GarageBand

Editor's review Page 2 of 3

Published 15 Mar 2012

[cont'd] or bass. Now you and your friends can play and record together like a real band using only your iOS devices. All of your devices sync to the same key and tempo so everyone sounds great together. And when you’re done recording, each track automatically appears on the bandleader’s device so it’s easy to mix and share. Grab up to three friends - each with an iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch - and you've got yourself a jam session. Connect over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and start making some music. Arrange and mix your songs anywhere inspiration strikes using a powerful eight-track recording studio that can handle any combination of audio recordings, Touch Instruments, and loops. Then create your song by trimming and arranging musical regions exactly where you want them to play. Swipe to reveal the mixer to fine-tune each track for the perfect mix. Once you’re happy with a few tracks, merge them together to free up some space for creating a fuller sound. GarageBand now includes even more ways to share your music. In addition to email, you can share your songs directly to Facebook, YouTube and SoundCloud. Or send them to iMovie to add a custom soundtrack to your movie. Export songs to your iTunes library or open them in GarageBand on your Mac to keep the creative process going.
 
The future of the world’s musical heritage is at stake here and music apps like GarageBand are the way of the future. Rather than plunking...