Apple has updated GarageBand for iOS to make it compatible with iPhone and iPod Touch. The application becomes universal.
This version 1.1 of GarageBand brings some new features such as the creation of custom chords for intelligent instruments, the support of time signatures 3/4 and 6/8, the transposition of songs in semitones or full octaves, the reset of the tone of the song without transposing the original recordings, additional quantization options for the recordings (including straight, triplet and swing), new export quality settings for AAC and AIFF formats as well as other improvements .
GarageBand comes with a set of fun touch sensitive instruments with great sound that lets beginners or experienced musicians play the piano, guitar, drums and bass in a wide variety of styles. Smart Instruments now lets you choose from a huge new library of custom chords, so you can choose to play and strum with your favorite song.
You can connect an electric guitar to your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch and play and record through classic amplifiers or effect pedals, or record your voice or any acoustic sound using the built-in microphone. GarageBand lets you record and mix up to eight tracks and then share your finished song with your friends or send it to your Mac to continue working in GarageBand or Logic Pro.
GarageBand for iOS requires, at a minimum, an iPhone 3GS, an iPhone 4 or 4S, a third or fourth generation iPod Touch or an iPad running iOS 4.3.
The app is available on the App Store for $ 3.99.
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( GarageBand on the App Store )