January 8, 2019: Apple’s GarageBand with Ben Britt

The meeting begins at 6:45 p.m., Stuart Hall at Princeton Theological Seminary, room 3.

Ben Britt at PMUG's March 2015 meeting — Photo by Michael Blank

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GarageBand is Apple’s digital audio workstation (DAW) program to record, sequence, and play back music.

PMUG’s Ben Britt will demonstrate how this free program for Mac (and iOS devices) lets people produce a song — He’ll focus on the Mac and touch on: Getting Started, Working with loops and virtual drummers, Working with software instruments, Working with real instruments, Arranging, Editing and Mixing, Exporting, Sharing and Archiving.

Ben will also demo the iOS Music Memos program, and how to use it with GarageBand.


About the presenter…
Ben Britt is PMUG’s Acting Vice President and past President. Ben was formerly a portrait and commercial photographer, Assistant IT Manager, A+ PC technician, and salesman at CompUSA. He has been married for 39 years, has three children, and six grandchildren. Ben also creates music in GarageBand, and plays guitar and electric bass.