GarageBand for Mac updated with bug fixes and stability improvements

GarageBand for Mac updated with bug fixes and stability improvements

Apple on Wednesday released a minor update to GarageBand for Mac. The new release, 10.0.1, is available for download from the Mac App Store.

Apple offered a typically curt release note for the new version:

This update improves stability and addresses a number of minor issues.

GarageBand saw a major overhaul with the October release of OS X 10.9 Mavericks. The new version of GarageBand - version 10 - is a free-to-download app that offers a $4.99 In-App Purchase to download new instruments and lessons.

GarageBand 10 sports a new interface and different presets. The sound library has been redesigned, and sharing is easier. The new interface is more reminiscent of Apple's pro-leaning Logic music creation app, and a new Drummer track (similar to what's in Logic Pro X) lets you create realistic drum tracks using samples of studio drummers playing in various musical styles.

Peter Cohen

Managing Editor of iMore, Mac and gaming specialist and all-around technologist. Follow him on Twitter @flargh

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ggore says:

My iMac says I have Garage Band '11, version 6.0.5 (428.5), and I'm running Mavericks. Did I miss an update somewhere?