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Can I use Garageband in Windows?

sean1212
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Can I use Garageband in Windows?#1
Posted: 4/16/20 at 8:27am

I want to start using Garageband for my music production but I don't have either iPhone or MacBook. So, I was wondering if it is possible to use Garageband on my Windows system. I cannot afford MacBook right now.

I used softwares like Audacity previously to create music but now I want to go to the next level.

Please let me know if it is possible.
 

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Can I use Garageband in Windows?#2
Posted: 4/16/20 at 3:24pm
Short answer... no
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Can I use Garageband in Windows?#3
Posted: 4/16/20 at 5:21pm
Look into Sibelius. It’s around $10 a month and is a really useful software, and is compatible with Windows. There’s also Noteflight, which is a free music notation website. You can pay to upgrade to their pro version, but the website is free to use at the basic level and is pretty user friendly.
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Can I use Garageband in Windows?#4
Posted: 4/17/20 at 6:38am

Yes, you can use it on Windows with the help of emulators like iPadian and VMWare. It is a lengthy technical process and it is pretty hard to explain it here. From here, you can take reference on how to do it.

There is a well explained article there with an explanatory video. Just go through it and follow the steps mentioned there.

It is really hard to be a Mac user these days, So, I also use garageband on my Windows 10 PC.

If you still find it difficult, let me know and I will guide you step by step.


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