updated 12:35 am EST, Thu February 5, 2009
Apple has released an latest update to the recently released GarageBand '09, its music creation and recording application for the Mac. GarageBand '09 was announced at Macworld Expo in January as part of the iLife '09 suite and began shipping in late January; the software works as a recording studio to help users create music, play an instrument, or record a song. The software features tools for learning how to play songs with a guitar or piano, shown by the artists who made them. In the newest version of GarageBand, improvements were made to the overall stability of the program, along with addressing specific issues regarding downloading lessons from the Learn to Play Lession Store.
The update is recommended for all GarageBand ‘09 users and requires Mac OS X 10.5.6 or later. Users can download the update from the apple support page, and is sized at 26.7MB.