GarageBand 2 Revealed

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Date: Tuesday, January 11th, 2005, 15:57
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GarageBand 2 gets one of the biggest upgrades in iLife `05 (second only to iMovie). No audio interface hardware as rumored, but here’s the scoop:
Good news: More features inherited from Logic — live viewing and editing of notation, automatic pitch correction and groove correction, built-in guitar tuner, instant save to loop library and (drum roll!) finally supports MIDI import.
Bad news: (As far as we can tell) no MIDI export and no printing of notation. Those are “pro” features, apparently, according to Apple. (Stay tuned, though, I’m hoping they added this and didn’t tell anyone.)
See full details at createdigitalmusic.com, where I’ll be posting updates.


GarageBand 2 gets one of the biggest upgrades in iLife `05 (second only to iMovie). No audio interface hardware as rumored, but here’s the scoop:
Good news: More features inherited from Logic — live viewing and editing of notation, automatic pitch correction and groove correction, built-in guitar tuner, instant save to loop library and (drum roll!) finally supports MIDI import.
Bad news: (As far as we can tell) no MIDI export and no printing of notation. Those are “pro” features, apparently, according to Apple. (Stay tuned, though, I’m hoping they added this and didn’t tell anyone.)
See full details at createdigitalmusic.com, where I’ll be posting updates.

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