Everybody’s favorite home-recording software on the Mac, GarageBand has just received an update that adds support for iPad files. GarageBand for the iPad was introduced earlier this month with the launch of the iPad 2, and consumers were promised that their iPad GrageBand files would be editable on the Mac (after all, not everything can be done on the iPad app). There was catch however – the current version of GarageBand 2011 on the Mac didn’t support the editing of iPad GarageBand files until now. The 47MB update that can be downloaded from Apple’s Support Website or through the Software Updater brings the promised compatibility to GarageBand on the Mac. Once users install the update, they’ll be able to open iPad-created GarageBand files. An additional patch is required once an iPad file is opened, but once that is installed you’re good to go. It’s time to get cranking on those original tunes!
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