Making music with your computer when you don't have a penny is possible. And to prove our point here you have 150+ free software tools many of which don't have anything to envy their paid counterparts.
henrymorrisNew AFfiliatePosted on 05/12/2018 at 10:49:45Thanks for taking the trouble to compile this very useful list of freebies. Much appreciated.
nicolaizenNew AFfiliatePosted on 05/13/2018 at 10:36:32Wow and Thank you very much....!! It is very useful especially if you are a music teacher in order to give some freeware prgms to your students.
PsycomHonorific memberPosted on 05/14/2018 at 02:45:00
Thanks for your posts! I'll let know the writer of this article that you appreciate it :)
Steve UlrichNew AFfiliatePosted on 03/12/2022 at 04:52:40Dear Audiofanzine.
You CAN get Garageband for PC, it's HERE....
Works well, too, I don't personally like it, but that's just me. Nothing wrong with it as a piece of kit, I'm simply weird!
Thought I'd put this correction here so PC users can have a go. I BELIEVE - might be wrong, stranger things have happened(!!) - you can actually import Mac-created Garageband files into the PC version, the same way you can import PC created MIDI files into MACS (Oh yes you can, done it!)
Hope this helps.
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