Music industry professionals, this one’s for you.
Apple recently released a new version of its GarageBand for the iOS app, with the updated version rolling out with immersed support for a third-party mobile music production suite, Audiobus.
At its core, the new GarageBand 1.4 allows its users in readily setting up an “app to app” streaming connection between GarageGand and Audiobus, facilitating the in-system transfer of media composed using digital musical instruments.
From synthesizers to drum kits, the new GarageBand version essentially bridges music industry pros who have invested in Audiobus’ featured products together, making the process of creating audio content more streamlined and faster.
As an app-suite, GarageBand’s premise as a mobile music production app comes with support for multi-track recording, with its compatibility with a number of featured hardware products.
Easy to use and built with in-app tools, functions and utilities essentially in music production, the new GarageBand 1.4’s featured Audiobus support extends its overall value as a production and productivity inclined iOS app, making the rudiments and dynamics involved in recording music more relevant, engaging and fun.
Apart from its updated support for Audiobus, the new GarageBand 1.4 also comes with fixes, including a fix for the reported feedback issue experienced when a third-party accessory is plugged into an iDevice’s headphone jack. The update also features the option of disabling grid snapping while editing audio streams.
Music industry professionals with iOS-driven handhelds will surely find a lot to love in the new and updated GarageBand 1.4.