GarageBand, previously only usable as software on the Mac, was brought to the iPad 2 earlier this year, when the tablet got higher processing power. Now, the music creation app has made it to the iPhone and iPod Touch. GarageBand uses Apple's Multi-Touch interface, which allows users to create and record their own songs, even if they've had no previous musical training. It features a range of touch instruments, which allow users to record drums, bass and guitar in a variety of styles. There is also a library of loops that users can add to their songs.

Now use on your iPhones and iPod Touches

Now use on your iPhones and iPod Touches

Users can also plug their electric guitars into their iPhones, iPod Touches or iPads to play and record through classic amps and stompbox effects, or record their voice or any acoustic (like a piano) using the built in microphone. GarageBand allows users to record and mix up to 8 tracks and then share their finished songs with their friends or send it to their Mac and keep working on it on GarageBand for Mac or Logic Pro.

GarageBand 1.1 for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch is available on the App Store for $4.99 (Rs.246 approx)  for new users, or as a free update for existing GarageBand for iPad customers. GarageBand is a universal app that runs on iPad, iPad 2, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and iPod touch (3rd & 4th generation).

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