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  • #22441

    Master Killer
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    Anyone here work with Garage Band on Mac? I just bought a brand new Mac and I’ve been playing around with it. It’s pretty awesome so far. I downloaded a few backing tracks from some Karaoke site  and I’ve been recording some rhythm and solos. I love the amp and cab selection. It’s also braindead easy to work with.

    Cheap Guitars (with some exceptions) play just about as good as expensive ones. It's your ability combined with an awesome amp that makes the difference.

  • #22442

    MattKnox
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    Yep I use it.  Good program.  Especially for most stuff that we use it for.  It was the main reason I bought a mac 10 years ago, and never looked back

  • #22443

    superblonde
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    Way back many years ago, Trent Reznor wrote and produced one of his NIN songs with Garageband (or maybe the full album), and released the entire file of one song publicly, for people to remix and look at. It was incredible, like, two dozen tracks, so many layers of industrial noise, guitars, keys, drums… all making up that one song.

    I dont know where Reznor might have that garageband file now to download, but it sure was amazing to scroll thru.

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  • #22447

    Master Killer
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    I’m pretty impressed by it so far. I haven’t really delved into the other instruments but I have been trying out different amps and effects loops with the stomp boxes provided. One thing I like is that you can record a track with one amp and then apply the settings of any other to it. I’m sure you can probably do that with any similar program but GB just makes it a breeze.

    Cheap Guitars (with some exceptions) play just about as good as expensive ones. It's your ability combined with an awesome amp that makes the difference.

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