GarageBand drops new in-app Remix Sessions featuring Katy Perry and SEVENTEEN

Using GarageBand on iPhone and iPad, aspiring musicians can learn how to remix hit songs from Katy Perry and K-pop supergroup SEVENTEEN.

Starting today, GarageBand for iOS and iPadOS will include two all-new, in-app Remix Sessions featuring Katy Perry and K-pop supergroup SEVENTEEN. 

According to Apple, GarageBand Remix Sessions “enable anyone to express their inner DJ using tracks from today’s top artists. “With in-app inspiration from the artists themselves and step-by-step video instruction from an Apple Creative Pro, the sessions give aspiring musicians the ability to put their own personal spin on the hit songs “Harleys in Hawaii” by Katy Perry and “Darl+ing” by SEVENTEEN.

The Katy Perry and SEVENTEEN Remix Sessions are available as a free download in the GarageBand Sound Library, which also includes a wide variety of free loops, sounds, and instruments that provide all the building blocks needed to mix and match and take the original songs in an all-new direction. 

Using GarageBand’s Live Loops interface to remix, folks can quickly rearrange and add new elements to the songs, while keeping everything in sync with tempo and key. Apple says that Remix FX allows even greater variety with filters, repeaters, and more to create the ultimate drop. 

All-new Remix Sessions are available today as a free download from the Sound Library in GarageBand 2.3.12 for iOS and iPadOS, or later. For more information, visit

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