In the new version of Apple’s iLife 09 application suite, GarageBand has received a big update and one really cool feature. Apple has added a feature to help people learn to play either the guitar or the piano.
The basic lessons are free and can be downloaded through the lesson store built into GarageBand. These lessons cover the fundamentals of playing a new instrument and guides users through learning to play a basic song.
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Ernie Perez will present “Mac stuff, tips, iLife, and more” at 1:15 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 18, in Union 207. This session will give a basic overview of iLife (iPhoto, iMovie, and iWeb), will touch on some basic tips for Mac use, and will have a discussion regarding using Microsoft Windows in dual-boot versus virtual-machine mode.
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Do you have iLife ’08 but you’re not sure what’s new or how to use all the iLife ’08 applications? In this workshop, faculty will have an opportunity to learn about and create a curriculum-related project in each iLife application. Using the Step Guides and project content from the new “Apple Media Series: iLife ’08 for the Classroom”, you’ll be able to work at your own pace and get support from experienced iLife ’08 users. Bring your own computer with iLife ’08 installed, and we will install a few sample files for you to work with.
Attend either Session 1 (10 a.m.-noon) or Session 2 (1-3 p.m.) on Tuesday, Sept. 9, in Room 213 of the K-State Student Union. No preregistration is required. For more information, contact Bryan Vandiviere at email@example.com.