Walt Mossberg writes in his Wall Street Journal Mossberg Solution column about GarageBand, “Apple has just introduced GarageBand, a free program for the Macintosh that includes many of the core features of costlier music-production software in an interface easy enough for rank amateurs to handle. The move helps to solidify Apple as the leader in digital music, an arena in which it sees a chance to attract millions of new loyalists. It is aiming especially at music-loving teenagers and young adults, who may have bands but not the funds for expensive production software … All in all, GarageBand is a terrific tool for amateur musicians. It’s another reason to buy a Mac, and another feather in Apple’s cap.”
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