Así se reparten Apple y las discográficas los 9,99 euros mensuales que pagarás por Apple Music
We have all set June 30th as the date for the arrival of Apple Music, but as seen on Apple’s website, it will not be the only news we will see on that day: Garageband will also be updated , offering new features and ending a drought of improvements that has lasted too long.
The audio editor will now include more than one hundred synthetic sounds , designed to make electronic or Hip-Hop style songs. We will be able to modify these effects live with an intelligent ” transform pad , and mix them with the rest of the virtual instruments that Garageband offers to create our own songs.
Garageband and Apple Music could work together for their own benefit
Kirk McElhearn, who discovered the ad from his personal blog, also bets that Garageband will include a way to upload the songs we generate directly to iTunes Connect . Apple Music, which launches on the same day and that’s too much of a coincidence, could benefit a lot from that.
Other than that, it looks like a minor update to keep Garageband alive . Anyway, this application from the former iLife package is being left quite forgotten, and hopefully it won’t end up sharing the fate that iPhoto and Aperture have suffered.