Spotlight "Garageband" and delete all the files??flyguy451 said:I'd like to uninstall Garageband and all associated files - will this have any adverse affect on the rest of my machine? Is there a better way to uninstall than to just delete what I find?
True, but it is an awsome program. Theres so much stuff you could do with it. Not to mention you can make just about an endless number of loops.ChrisFromCanada said:Probably because it takes up a lot of space; what is it 4 Gigs?
If you want to get rid of it, just use finder or spotlight and delete everything that has garageband in the title.flyguy451 said:I don't use Garageband and don't really see myself using it in the future so, as neat as it is, for me it's just wasted space. I did manage to find some other large files and a few demo programs to delete so I'll keep Garageband for now though.
Ok, i'll teach you how to make some cool loops. Basically you launch Garageband and create a new project. When it opens, you have a piano siting in front of you, just close it because you don't need it. The click on the piano on the left side, go up to the top and select "Track" from the menu then "Delete Track" from the pulldown menu. Now we are going to start createing our own loop.Abstract said:I've never used Garageband, and I really have no idea to make anything cool with no instruments (I have no talents), so I might delete it as well.
How well can you just make a cool beat if you wanted to? That's all I want to do. I may try it out if I find more time, but if not, then byebye Garageband.