#1
To those of you still into playing and recoing musicz have any of you used the Garageband app and is it any good? Are there better recording apps? I want it mostly for those beatz butthe other features sound fun. Thoughts?
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#2
Garage Band isn't good in the first place. Why not just get the Audacity app?
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#3
Audacity doesn't have those drums yo
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#5
Well what's Reaper?
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#6
Are you using it on an iPad? Assuming you are when you say app.

If thats the case I'd say Amplitube is better. More expensive with the amp packs and recording downloads. The amp quality is much better.
Recording is better on Garageband but tones themselves aren't that good.
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#8
If you're a beginner and just need something super simple, Garageband is fine.

...modes and scales are still useless.


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Are you using it on an iPad? Assuming you are when you say app.

If thats the case I'd say Amplitube is better. More expensive with the amp packs and recording downloads. The amp quality is much better.
Recording is better on Garageband but tones themselves aren't that good.



Iphone. What do you mean by recording downloads?
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Are you using it on an iPad? Assuming you are when you say app.

If thats the case I'd say Amplitube is better. More expensive with the amp packs and recording downloads. The amp quality is much better.
Recording is better on Garageband but tones themselves aren't that good.


He said that he wants it for making beats.
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#11
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If you're a beginner and just need something super simple, Garageband is fine.


Imma mu****in pro. Nah, but I dunno if you mean instrumentally or a beginnner to recording. I'll assume the latter. I've been recording for ages on audacity on my computer but the difficulty in trying to get the timing right for tracks is infuriating, plus it'd be really cool to make my own beats and stuff.

which poses another question, i've heard it's pretty difficult to make your own good drum track using the virtual drums. I know there's default ones but they don't cover everything.
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#12
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What a lot of people use. It's hella cheap and it's very much sufficient for the needs of most:

http://www.reaper.fm/index.php


Wish i'd known about this before I got all up in audacity years ago
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#13
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