Loc: Pinellas Park, Florida
Looks like it is part of Garageband. A simple Google search turns up quite a few articles on it and how to use it. I'm sure there are Apple tutorials on Apple's web site as has been pointed out already.
"Kate it is refreshing talking to a senior as I am a senior myself. I have been semi retired since 62 years old. I discovered the garageband lately and would like to ask you about the magic garage band which actually is the purpose of this app? I find out quit intriguing when I did it the first time.Do you think in your opinion Mac will start using the new i processors soon in their laptops?Take care J "
Oh my gosh Jerry. I missed your post. No offense taken at senior mention. I am the second senior female in this forum. There is one older woman forum member who has been known to dance on a table top in her elder years. Ha! Her name is Ruski. She's a neat lady who hasn't participated actively in the past couple of years. Her son stops by the forums now and then too. If it were not for the fact that I suffer oldtimerz, I could remember his name.
magic garage band I don't know about that. The only time I get into Garageband is when my son or grandsons are in my home messing around with it. It looks fun but I soon lose interest when putzing with it myself.
i processors soon in their laptops Don't know much about processors or laptops. I like to read discussions on most anything Macintosh. Sometimes I will even Google a subject and offer up things I find there if I believe it might be enlightening to someone having a problem or asking a question.
This year I will be 74 years old. It is my practice to then say, when asked how old I am, I am in my 75th year! I will be too until next year when I will be 7t and in my 76th year. Ha. [And, six months into the year I actually forget just how old I actually am!]
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