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iLife

Apple's multimedia applications for Macs and iOS devices. Introduced in 2002, iLife was initially sold as a suite of apps for the Mac that comprised the iPhoto organizer/editor, iMovie editor and iDVD disc burner. For several years, iTunes was also included. In 2004, the GarageBand music editor was added, and in 2006, a website authoring program was included (iWeb). Subsequently, iDVD and iWeb were dropped, and iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand became available as separate downloads from the Mac App Store for both Macs and iOS devices. See iWork, iTunes and iCloud.
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iMovie and GarageBand for iPad apps will be available on March 11 for $4.
The Macintosh computer application GarageBand allows users to turn their computers into miniature music studios.
Built-in software includes Front Row for easy access to iTunes playlists, iPhoto libraries, and video on any computer on the network using Bonjour wireless networking technology, as well as iLive '06, which features new versions of iPhoto, iMovie HD, iDVD, GarageBand, and iWeb applications that run on Mac OS X version 10.
Audio 85 also provides excellent voice transmit for Apple's popular iChat and GarageBand, as well as online gaming, speech recognition and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) communication applications.
Just as technology may inspire piracy, companies such as Napster, eMusic and GarageBand.
By working with artists, they will be able to remix sound samples from computer games, turning them into CDs using the latest Apple Mac Garageband software.
Publishing company O'Reilly Media Inc has published David Pogue's 'GarageBand: The Missing Manual' for GarageBand 1.
Aspiring DJs and GarageBand users will appreciate the Jam 6 software component which enables them to create professional quality CD mixes complete with custom cross fades.
There will also be a new version of Apple's iLife digital lifestyle software and a new music program called GarageBand -an application which in effect creates a 64-track recording studio, complete with hundreds of digitally store instruments -extending Apple's digital strategy Mr Jobs outlined more than two years ago.
Using his iPhone, Apple GarageBand recording software and Apogee MiC, Cipriano is able to effortlessly record voiceovers from anywhere including the backseat of his car and deliver the tracks to his clients all over the world seconds later, without ever needing to step foot in a recording studio.
Now, the new update allows users to record and edit in the robust GarageBand app and share the end product with the Voices.
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