“For years, I’ve had this recurring dream: I walk into a room to find a guitar, which I pick up and play with Eric Clapton-like prowess. I am always surprised at my newfound skill,” Dwight Silverman reports for The Houston Chronicle.
“I can only intermittently carry a tune and have no musical talent whatsoever. But a new program makes it so easy to play, record and even compose music that it almost feels as if my dream has become reality,” Silverman reports. “What makes this program even more remarkable is that, despite its power, it runs on a nontraditional mobile platform. It’s GarageBand for iPad, and if you’ve got an original iPad or the new iPad 2, you’ll want to grab this and install it posthaste.”
Silverman reports, “Even if you can’t play a note, GarageBand for iPad will have you playing and even composing music soon after you first fire it up. It’s an astonishing piece of software, easily the best application I’ve seen so far this year.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dow C.” for the heads up.]