Alesis has introduced the iO Mix, a new docking station that turns your iPad into a 4-Channel recording studio. The Alesis iO Mix lets you mix and record four channels of audio directly into GarageBand or other compatible Core Audio apps, turning the iPad into a multitouch portable studio. Around the back, iO Mix lets you connect […]
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Apple today updated GarageBand for iOS, adding new collaboration and editing features for musicians, and social network sharing that could be useful for podcasters. Here are the highlights: GarageBand 1.2 introduces Jam Session, a feature that lets groups of people wirelessly connect their iOS devices to play instruments and record live music together. Jam Session automatically synchronizes the tempo, […]
Apple today released GarageBand 1.1, an update that adds Universal support – bringing GarageBand to the iPhone and iPod touch. GarageBand has become one of the most popular platforms for audio podcasting and support for the full line of iOS devices will be welcome for many podcasters. The $5 app now makes your iPhone or […]
Steve Jobs’s run at Apple has been exceptional. As CEO, he took an also-ran tech company and turned it into the most valuable company in the world, introducing a lot of cool technology, along the way.
But, while the world of technology struggles to figure out what Jobs’ announcement means for the future of Apple, it’s clear that Jobs’ achievements at Apple are more than the Mac, the iMac, the iPhone or the iPad.
Apple has released an update to Garageband for Mac, version 6.02, that improves overall stability and addresses a number of minor issues. Though Apple isn’t hyping this update, it’ could be an important one for Mac-based iPad users. The release brings support for opening projects imported from GarageBand for iPad – so you can start […]
Harmony Systems has released Delora gbTouch 2, a free update to their $7.99 iPad application that functions as a remote controller for Apple’s GarageBand. gbTouch 2 includes the most requested new features by gbTouch 1.0 users: track names and color-coded track type. Tracks now have individual volume faders that adjust and show each track’s current volume […]
Apple today introduced GarageBand for the iPad – a version of the company’s entry-level digital audio workstation, optimized for multi-touch mobile music making. GarageBand for the iPad could be a great new option for mobile audio podcasting – turning your tablet into a mobile recording studio for $5. Features: Musical instruments designed for Multi-Touch. 70 […]
IK Multimedia has introduced iKlip — a $39.99 multi-angle iPad microphone stand adapter. This could come in handy if you use the iPad for controlling Garageband, as a digital audio recorder, for reading scripts or with other music and audio apps. According to IK Multimedia, the iKlip is is constructed from dense thermoplastic molded components […]
Entrackment (App Store link) is a $2.99 app for the Apple iPad that turns it into a wireless control surface for GarageBand. If you create podcasts in GarageBand and you’ve got an iPad, Entrackment is a no-brainer. It’s cheap and it lets you control all the primary recording functions of GarageBand.
This set of videos, via Steinar Knutsen, demonstrates how to podcast with a Mac. In addition to covering how to podcast with Mac software, Knutsen touches on these topics: MacBook Pro Snow Leopard Samson CO1U USB Studio Condenser Microphone Logitech USB Headphone and Microphone Set Apple iPhone 3G Voice Memos iPhone App AudioBoo iPhone App […]