With Apple’s update of Garageband for iOS, a host of new features have been introduced, including a batch of new sounds and an easy to use step sequencer, reports CDM.
The new Garageband for iOS offers a host of new features, including a step sequencer, making it easier than ever to be creative on the fly.
The new sound packs cover a broad range of aesthetic preferences, from synthy basses (Edges and Angles), drum kits (Beat Sequencer Kits), and Oriental sounds (Japanese and Chinese Traditional). Best of all, you can dive into this array of sounds one at a time, with separate downloads to save space on your device.
Those familiar with grid based step sequencers will welcome the introduction of Beat Sequencer. It allows users to save patterns, audition sounds without stopping the sequence and step edit for altering velocity and note repeat for example.
Logic users will already enjoy the close relationship between the two DAWs, but now the friendship is further enhanced with the ability to now open Garageband projects directly in Logic.
Garageband is available for free on the app store.
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