Since GarageBand for Mac has recently received an update, it is important to learn what's been moved to a new location in the interface. This online video will show you what you need to know in order to complete important tasks, such as how to navigate menus that control your timing, how to find which measures of the recording you are in, and how to turn on automatic tuning.
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Although GarageBand maintains the majority of…features of its previous version, one thing…you'll notice right away is that the look of the app has changed significantly.…The colors are a lot flatter and the entire look of the app is darker.…And along with the cosmetic changes, the location…of many buttons and settings have moved as well.…So I wanted to take a couple of minutes here to point out…in no particular order where some of the more important settings have gone.…For this example, I'll just choose the songwriter project so we have something…to look at.…And one of the first things you might…notice, is that the buttons that were previously…found along the bottom of the GarageBand window are now at the top of the window.…
The transfer controls are identical.…Rewind,Forward, Stop, Play and Record all work the same way.…Now this display area here is a little bit different.…I actually have the older version of GarageBand open here.…Now, where as previously you could click here…to switch between the Time, Measures, Tuner and Project displays here in the new…
Note: You must have upgraded to OS X 10.9 Mavericks to download the latest version of GarageBand, but both updates are free.