Today, Garageband for iOS got a major update from Apple with the new features, Live Loops, Drummer, and more. Live Loops is a feature that allows you to make music with ease like a DJ. This feature was inspired by DJ hardware controllers and drum machine. All you have to do is simply tapping cells and columns in a highly visual grid to trigger different looped instruments and samples. To get you started, Live Loops comes with a library of Apple-designed loop templates in a variety of genres including EDM, Hip Hop, Dubstep and Rock, or you can create your own loops from scratch.
The next feature is Drummer with nine EDM and acoustic virtual session drummers that provide their own signature sound, as well as an expanded selection of amps for bass players.
Both features are part of Garageband 2.1, plus adds support for the larger iPad Pro screen and 3D Touch on iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Regarding this new update, T-Pain – the Grammy Award-winning artist and producer – appreciates Garageband.
“I recorded my first album using GarageBand and I continue to use it in my music today,”
“I love how the new Live Loops in GarageBand lets me quickly build tracks and beats, and even perform effects like a musical instrument. It’ll change the way an entire generation makes music.”
He also demonstrated it in an exclusive interview with The Verge about how to use the new Garageband. Here is the video:
Garageband is available on App Store for $4.99 or you can get it free when you buy a new iOS device.
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