Apple announced that GarageBand, the world’s most popular music creation app, has added new sound kits from today’s top artists and music producers in the iOS and iPadOS versions, helping users to freely express their music creativity. For the first time, users can learn the art of mixing directly in the app through two new mixing courses. These courses provide step-by-step video teaching and include popular songs by Grammy Award winners Dua Lipa and Lady Gaga.
Music creators can now use seven brand-new “producer kits” to create songs. This kit includes Boys Noize, Mark Lettieri, Oak Felder, Soulection, Take A Daytrip, Tom Misch and TRAKGIRL and other world-class music producers. Beats, loops, and instrument sound effects for GarageBand. The additional “Producer Kit” is paired with the new Apple original documentary series “Macronson’s Music Searchlight” premiered on Apple TV+ on Friday, July 30, allowing viewers to explore and explore by thinking about the music in the show. Conduct sound experiments.
Bob Borchers, Apple’s vice president of global product marketing, said: “GarageBand continues to act as a catalyst for music creation—novices can easily get started, while experienced professionals can expand their ideas anytime, anywhere. In this update, we’re working with a group of top artists Working with music producers to provide music creators with a series of amazing new soundtracks, we hope that more people can be inspired, unleash their creativity and start creating music in GarageBand.”
GarageBand includes various music technologies mentioned in “Macronson’s Music Searchlight”, such as drum machines, sampling, synthesizers to reverb effects, etc.