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Apple updates Garageband to v.2.0.2.

Apple updates Garageband to v.2.0.2.

Apple just released a new update for its Garageband application. GarageBand lets you easily perform, record and create your own music. This update is recommended for all customers using GarageBand 2 or 2.0.1.

Apple is developing FireWire audio interface for GarageBand

Apple is developing FireWire audio interface for GarageBand

Apple Computer is expected to introduce a new audio interface for GarageBand users in the coming months. The analog FireWire audio device, the first product of its recently created iPod division, will allow users to directly record audio using any Mac and Apple’s GarageBand music studio application. According to reputable sources, the company is on track to begin manufacturing the device overseas next month.


The device, code-named ‘Q97’ or ‘Asteroid,’ has been under development at the company for the better part of the year. Typically referred to as a ‘breakout box’ in the music recording industry, the external audio device attaches to a computer and offers audio inputs and outputs for attaching instruments or other audio sources. Apple is reportedly building the device around GarageBand, its popular application for aspiring musicians.

Apple seminars: Music on a MAC

Apple seminars: Music on a MAC

Get to Know Apple’s Audio Range – If you’re already a music or audio professional, this is your chance to get the latest information from Apple’s experts. Video enthusiasts will discover how Apple’s innovative solutions can both expand their editing palette and simplify their workflow; while those new to the world of music creation and audio production will learn about the creative potential and sheer fun to be had when you Make Music on the Mac.

New Apple firewire audio interface for Garageband

New Apple firewire audio interface for Garageband

Industry rumours revealed that Apple is developing a FireWire audio interface for GarageBand. Apple Computer is expected to introduce a new audio interface for GarageBand users in the coming months. The analog FireWire audio device, the first product of its recently created iPod division, will allow users to directly record audio using any Mac and Apple’s GarageBand music studio application. According to reputable sources, the company is on track to begin manufacturing the device overseas next month.


The device, code-named Q97 or ASTEROID, has been under development at the company for the better part of the year. Typically referred to as a breakout box in the music recording industry, the external audio device attaches to a computer and offers audio inputs and outputs for attaching instruments or other audio sources. Apple is reportedly building the device around GarageBand, its popular application for aspiring musicians.