This update to the new iTunes addresses an issue where new purchases in iCloud may not appear in your library if iTunes Match is turned on, makes iTunes more responsive when searching a large library, fixes a problem where the AirPlay button may not appear as expected, and adds the ability to display duplicateitems within(…)
Using Wi-Fi you can setup your iPad, iPod touch, or iPhone as a MIDI device if you have an app installed that utilizes OSC. This is especially helpful if you want to play the piano but hate the keyboard version in GarageBand and you don’t have the money to go out and buy a MIDI(…)
Make your own hip hop, techno, trance, reggae, rock, disco or even jazz or samba. Learn all about timing, “building” a song and creating a dance track. Get the WD-1 DJ Trainer right in your Mac OS X Dashboard. ↓ Download
Digitally Imported is the highest ranking and most listened to digital radio network for electronic music fans around the globe right from your Mac OS X Desktop. ↓ Download Ambient | Bass & Jackin’ House | Bassline | Big Beat | Big Room House | Breaks | ChillHop | Chillout | Chillout Dreams | Chillstep(…)
By default, GarageBand uses your account information on your Mac as your artist name. Before you start working on your tunes, it’s probably a good idea to change this information. GarageBand>Preferences under the My Info tab. Change it or you’ll end up like us with a lame Artist name.
Love it or hate it, iCloud is a big part of Apple’s ecosystem and it has a number features of which OS X can take advantage. In this guide, I’ll show you how to set up and begin using iCloud on your Mac, as well as the features and benefits it provides. What is iCloud?(…)
You can record your voice using your computer’s built-in microphone, or by connecting a microphone to your computer. You record your voice in a Real Instrument track in the GarageBand timeline. Record your voice If you are using an external microphone, connect the microphone to the audio input port or USB port on your computer,(…)
You can use your keyboard to quickly accomplish many tasks in iTunes.To find the shortcuts for common commands, look in the menus (or see the list at the bottom of this page).Many items in iTunes (for example, songs and column headings) also have contextual menus.To see a contextual menu, press the Control key and click(…)
Apple tells you that you can now record multiple tracks at once. You plug your guitars in and nothing happens. Here’s what you need to do to get the band back together. You’re going to create an Aggregate Device. This will alow you to have multiple devices plugged in to your Mac and have GarageBand(…)
Creating a Project: You start working in GarageBand by creating a new project. To create a new project: 1. Choose File > New.2. In the New Project dialog, select the type of project you want to create.3. In the dialog that appears, browse to the location where you want to store the project, then type(…)
The loop browser lets you quickly find loops to add to your projects.You can find loops using keywords for instrument, musical genre, or mood.You can also perform text searches, and refine your results in several ways.The loop browser shows the tempo, key, and number of beats for each matching loop.You can preview loops in the(…)
Sending an iMovie Project to GarageBand: You can send an iMovie project from iMovie to GarageBand. When you send an iMovieproject, GarageBand opens and a new project is created that contains the iMovieproject. If GarageBand is already open, the current project closes before the newproject is created. To send an iMovie project from iMovie to(…)
Use these keyboard shortcuts to play, navigate, and edit in GarageBand: Playback and Navigation: Start or stop playback > Space barGo to beginning > Return or Z or HomeGo to end > Option-Z or EndMove back one measure > Left arrowMove forward one measure > Right arrowMove back the visible width of the timeline >(…)
Add a Software Instrument. Play your song then click on the Scissors/edit button in the lower left hand corner. Then click on the score button. Now you can adjust the score of your masterpiece. Select and drag your notes or Command+click to add new notes.