iLife '11: New GarageBand '11

“We think people are going to have tons of fun with GarageBand,” said Jobs.

Product marketing manager, Xander Soran showed-off Garageband ’11

Playing sloppy? Now Garageband fixes Rhythm issues with Groovematching. “Like a spellchecker for bad rhythm.”

New Flextime feature allows music to be stretched and tightened without changing pitch.

Garageband now has improved music lessons built in: Learn to play using interactive piano and guitar lessons for various levels of competence.

Chamber orchestra in Vienna.  Again, Apple trying to cheap out.

This is pretty incredible.  Almost like Guitar Hero but learning to actually play an instrument, with mistakes shown as you go.  It works with Piano and Guitar!!

Over five million people are already using a version of GarageBand, said Jobs

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