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Mix and match vintage or modern amps and speaker cabinets. GarageBand features Drummer, a virtual session drummer that takes your direction and plays along with your song.
Choose from 28 drummers and three percussionists in six genres. Each drummer has a signature kit that lets you produce a variety of groove and fill combinations. Use the intuitive controls to enable and disable individual sounds while you create a beat with kick, snare, cymbals, and all the cowbell you want.
If you need a little inspiration, Drummer Loops gives you a diverse collection of prerecorded acoustic and electronic loops that can be easily customized and added to your song. Audition a drummer for a taste of his or her distinct style. Every synth features the Transform Pad Smart Control, so you can morph and tweak sounds to your liking. You can even get instant feedback on your playing to help hone your skills. Take your skills to the next level.
Learn your favorite songs on guitar or piano with a little help from the original recording artists themselves. Tons of helpful recording and editing features make GarageBand as powerful as it is easy to use. Changes were often tied to advancements in technology or shifts in culture: Change is best charted over time.
It feels like a conscious consolidation of the sonics of pop music, from several different hands, producers whose work, it should be noted, has escaped easy classification in the past. Turn on your favorite pop radio station, playlist, video countdown, etc. The snaps and claps in the beat turn to high hats in the same place. The synths crest at the right time, always offset by some twee melodic touch like a horn or a guitar or a high-pitched warble.
It sounds like pop stars bulking up by grabbing whatever spare parts can to make their music more formidable, like Mega Man finishing off a boss and stealing his power. How long has this been going on? It feels like market expansion by virtue of shrewd centrism, pop stars straining to prove that they can do everything everyone else can.