Art of the Remix with Dua Lipa and Girl Gaga
Anyone can now establish their remix skills in GarageBand with two brand-new in-app Remix Procedure including Dua Lipa and also Girl Gaga. Each session consists of inspiring videos from each musician telling the stories behind their hit tracks “Damage My Heart” (Dua Lipa) as well as “Free Woman” (Lady Gaga), along with step-by-step remix directions led by an Apple Retail Creative Pro utilizing a GarageBand Live Loops variation of each track.
Throughout these sessions, any individual can engage with these hits equally as an artist would certainly in the workshop, listening to isolated vocals, beats, as well as private instruments that provide the fundamental aspects of a tune. With touch instruments as well as countless Apple Loops available in GarageBand, users can allow their creative thinking cut loose, taking their remix in any instructions from Hip Hop to EDM, or any type of combination of sounds they dream up.
Enjoyable and easy for any type of degree, these Remix Procedure broaden on Apple’s prominent Today at Apple academic sessions that happen in Apple Store places all over the world. Previous Today at Apple in-store Songs Labs have featured leading artists including Alicia Keys, Billie Eilish, Khalid, Madonna, Pu Shu, and also Taylor Swift.
Dua Lipa, artist: “It’s amazing to see Apple bringing my songs to life in GarageBand, so currently anyone can experience how I made ‘Damage My Heart’ no matter where they are. Songs has the power to bring individuals together, and this is doing that in such an amazing means. I directly can not await individuals to have a great deal of enjoyable trying out and also coming up with different variations of my tune.”
Lady Gaga, artist: “GarageBand is my suggestion bank and where I start my songwriting, so I’m thrilled to make my tune ‘Free Female’ readily available as a Remix Session. I want artists and songs lovers to be able to see exactly how a track is created and also be able to hear all the individual components, and after that put their own innovative color on it, doing whatever they desire in GarageBand.”