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Mar 15, 2009 | 10:15 PM EDT
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2.8 MB
3 min 5 sec
2.02 / 5.00

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This sounds like a guitar right? its actually me playing my bass clarinet. i used the garageband program on my macbook to add amp simulation, wah wah pedal effect, bass reduction, and distortion. This is the result of those effects being added. It isnt meant to sound clean or be anything. Just a test to show you the power of garageband. questions and comments are welcomed.



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No doubt garageband is powerful and has decent capabilities.

But it has nothing to do with being on a mac vs being on a pc. The age old and pointless comparison to this day makes me laugh. Macs and pcs are almost equal and are when it comes to what they can both do. The advantage a pc has is that you can easily customize it and some things may not be compatible when you do install them where macs they must meet the standards set by the company so everything is guaranteed to work. Macs are more expensive and a pc is cheap to build so it all comes down to personal preferances.

But enough about that. This is a prime example of some of GBs capabilities either way.

D-NOLD responds:

well stated. you seem extremely well informed


Rated 5 / 5 stars


i want a mac....
right now
10/10 just for the coolness of a mac :D

D-NOLD responds:

yeah i know. they are awesome like i said, not meant to sounds good at all. and im pretty out of tune. just goes to show you that it is possible to turn a wind instrument, or a piano, or a violin, or anything really, into a guitar or something like it.