Apple Updates Garageband For OS X


Apple has updated Garageband for OS X to version 10.1.1.

The updated adds support for Music Memos projects, support for the iPhone and iPad Pro versions of Logic Remote, new loop content and more.

Here’s what’s new in Garageband 10.1.1:

  • Updates compatibility with GarageBand for iOS and Live Loops projects
  • Opens Music Memos projects
  • Supports Logic Remote for iPhone and iPad Pro
  • Adds over 2,600 new Apple Loops and sounds
  • Improved reliability when downloading additional content
  • Contains multiple enhancements to Accessibility

GarageBand is available for US $4.99 in the Mac App Store. 

9 thoughts on “Apple Updates Garageband For OS X

  1. Logic Remote is a free app, great that it works with GB now. If you haven’t tried it do so and get a taste of what’s posible with Logic+Remote, it’s an incredibly powerful combo.

    1. Yes, it’s a great perk, but Logic Remote has already been working for months with Garageband (maybe from the very first time it came out on the App Store)!

    1. Ugh. Considering how many great records were made on 4, 8, 16 and 24 track recorders with no editing facilities other than a razor blade and tape, your comment is pretty silly.

      Maybe not the best app for fist pumping side chain happy EDM anthems or super intricate look-at-me-edit drum and bass but you could make Abbey Road, The Wall, Thriller, OK Computer, etc just fine with GarageBand.

    2. Said someone that’s clearly never used GarageBand.

      If you can’t make a good track using GarageBand, it’s never going to happen.

  2. Ignore the clown. Another great reason to have GB is that iOS versions of GB open up in Logic. You can start a project on your phone, and if you need to, flesh it out in LPX…

    Gear myths (especially ones centred around DAW bashing) are the bane of music creation discussions, they truly are. They have Nothing whatsoever to do with the quality of your music. It is true, if you cannot make a good record with a few tracks, you will be hard pressed to create anything credible with 16 and up.

    I rarely use GB anymore, just because I have chosen other options for the time being. In the early days of iOS it was the only DAW that I could copy rendered audio parts to, and transfer to the desktop. Still, every time I open the iOS version, it just gets better and better.

    And for the clown laughing about using it as a credible DAW, well, you can plug any channel strip, any mic you can name into a compatible Apogee or Focusrite DAC and if that ain’t good enough for tracking solo parts for you, don’t blame the gear, buddy.

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