But GarageBand can do much more than this: it gives you complete control over its Software Instruments. You can sculpt synth sounds, re-create vintage instruments, change a seventies sound to an '80s instrument, create wonderful electronic sweeps and swirls in synthesizer pads, emulate your favorite artist's axe, etc etc.
FINAL Version with little more touches to apply more 'epicness' : http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/759691
So, some of you may be thinking that Garageband iOS has very low quality of music making.
But it will be better than you expected.
This re-make song will be the proof of that.
And this would change your thoughts about Garageband iOS.
Hope you enjoy.
(Considering this song to be more fixed in the future. If you have any advice or comments, feel free to post below.)
- Garageband iOS (iPhone Version)
Brass Ensemble (Short/Sustain)
- Medly iOS (iPhone)
All the percussions (Cymbals, Reverse Cymbals, All kinds of Drums)
My iPhone Status:
iPhone 5, iOS 10.3
Free Cymbal Sounds
--- All Mixed in Garageband iOS ---
[Yeah, I know. The drum might sound a bit off. You see, Medly only supports 4/4 beat while this song is 12/8 beat. I tried hard to match 4/4 and 12/8 but I guess it didn't work somehow.]
Reverse Cymbal Sfx
Created with Garageband iOS (iPhone Version)
Mixed & Arranged by Jessie Yun
Original Song : 'He's A Pirate' by Klaus Badelt and Hans Zimmer
Listen to other good songs I've composed using Garageband iOS (These song will be much better than this, I guess!)
'Hero Is Here' http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/753049
'The Magician's Plight' http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/756300
Cover Art : http://www.hdwallpapers.in/pirate-wallpapers.html