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Old 30th April 2020, 17:14   #2
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Yes, you can try your hands on garageband for sure. It is quite easy to use with a nice interface and One should definitely try their hands on this app.

But the thing is you are already using Ableton right? And Ableton Live is a full-featured DAW and garageband is not. Garageband has its limitations and is not a complete DAW. So it might disappoint you if you compare it with a full-featured DAW.

I used Garageband when I started my music production journey with basic editing and mixing. I wonder how it has developed over the years but now I don’t have a Macbook right now. Is there a way I can use MacOS apps on my windows system?
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