If you’re a user of the new, improved GarageBand 10 for OS X, you may want to head over to the Mac App Store to download the latest free update.
What exactly do you get for your (no) money in this case? Well unlike the last sizable update, not much if you’re looking for features. What you get instead is stability, since according to Garage Band 10.0.1’s release notes, “This update improves stability and addresses a number of minor issues.”
And, hey, if any budding garage bands are looking for advice on how to make it in the music industry, stability can’t be underrated.
Even if it’s not exactly the most rock star of characteristics.
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