Wednesday, 27 January, 2016

Music Memos Is A New Music App Form Apple

Everything You Need To Know About Apple's New Music App
Emely Stone | 22 January, 2016, 15:06

Apple on Wednesday unveiled Music Memos, a free iOS app for anyone who is interested in creating music.

When you open GarageBand, you begin by selecting either Tracks (recording music you play, on the GarageBand piano, guitar, bass, drums or vocals) or the new Live Loops. Music Memos gives musicians the ability to record their latest song and musical ideas using their iPhone, iPad or iPod, and then put them together using the sounds of various instruments and other features.

Apple has long offered a Voice Memos app that you could use to record quick audio notes, but this new Music Memos app seems much better suited to musical tasks.

Apple has introduced a new free iOS app geared toward songwriters, Music Memos.

Apparently T-Pain, American muso and Grammy Award victor, recorded his first album using GarageBand and uses it to this day.

The same pitch analysis technique is behind another cool feature that Apple has integrated into Music Memos, which is an automatic bass player. You can export your files to GarageBand to edit them more fully, or send them right to SoundCloud or YouTube if you think they're ready for the world to hear.

GarageBand comes with a large library of Apple-designed Live Loops templates in categories like EDM, Dubstep, Rock and Hip Hop, but you can also create your own. Simultaneously, it has also added some new features, including Live Loops to its former GarageBand. Called Music Memos, the app is the same thing for music as Evernote or Apple Notes are for text. On the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, GarageBand 2.1 now supports 3D Touch, allowing users to play more expressive instruments. The new feature allows users recreate a live DJ experience by "tapping cells and columns in a highly visual grid to trigger different looped instruments and samples".

Other valuable features of the Music Memos app include integration with Logic and GarageBand.

So, there you go. The app looks into the chords and tempo of the recorded track and displays a simple notation. You can download Music Memos for free on the App Store, without any ads or in-app purchases. For more information about the new GarageBand for iOS, visit,

Ron Paul seeks to boost Rand Paul's campaign at Iowa rally
The campaign is targeting students "on campus, really trying to organize dorm by dorm", Paul said . Many criticized him for saying that Trump would be the presidential candidate and not his son.