Apple today released a collection of free sound packs for GarageBand for iOS and iPadOS, the free mobile DAW that they say is now the most popular music creation app in the world.
Users can create songs using seven new Producer Packs featuring beats, loops, and instruments created for GarageBand by producers Boys Noize, Mark Lettieri, Oak Felder, Soulection, Take A Daytrip, Tom Misch and TRAKGIRL.
An additional Producer Pack is designed to complement the new Apple Original docuseries Watch the Sound With Mark Ronson, premiering Friday, July 30, on Apple TV+.
Garageband users can also learn about remixing right within the app, with two new Remix Sessions that feature step-by-step video instruction and songs from Grammy Award-winning artists Dua Lipa and Lady Gaga.
Pricing and Availability
The new GarageBand Remix Sessions and Producer Packs are available today as a free download from the Sound Library in GarageBand 2.3.11 for iOS and iPadOS.
4 thoughts on “Free Producer Packs, Remix Sessions For GarageBand”
I see Dua Lipa I download.
And you probably get sound pack in GarageBand, too!
Though it’s iOS only, it’s a nice little perc that GB for iOS provides these cool loops & sounds.
Too bad Garageband is still a joke to use. EG: A 2 second animation when switching between each page. Are they f#%&# kiddin me! Like whoever at Apple thought that would be a great idea? It feels like Apple is just trolling us and making things difficult for no good reason other than delay what users really want to see happening. It’s a big fat shame on Apple’s part. Logic Pro on iPad with Pencil would simply be such an incredible powerful production tool beyond anything the world has ever seen period! All we got on IOS so far is the remote app for Logic Pro.
I said it before and I’ll say it again. It would be better if Apple sold Logic Pro to another company dedicated to music production and just focused more on hardware. I’ll rather pay €1000,- every couple of years for an massive upgrade with amazing new features than what Apple has done over the last decade.
Don’t get me wrong Logic is still the best DAW imho but the love Apple is giving it (while having so much money at the bank) is just pathetic. It could’ve been so much more at this point.