8 Free Plug-ins for GarageBand

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jeffery11

You can. Once you have them all saved in your vst and component files you go into garage band, then you select an instrument (open up track info if you haven't), then hit that tab that says edit that is next to browse, once you are in there you should see something that says sound generator, click on the drop down menu and you should see the presets near the bottom. I was playing with them earlier today. They were a lot of fun!

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TLennox

These are NOT plugins! They are standalone applications. Why does the author refer to them as plugins? Brainwashed Mac dummies!

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dbiedny

They are indeed ALL Audio Units plugins. Trolls be trolling, so it seems.

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ibaconi

What's the point of an absurd comment such as this? "Brainwashed Mac dummies?" Do you have a point? Are you capable of expressing it?

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MIMO

I downloaded a few of these plug-ins but I have no clue how to make them work in Garageband.. What do I have to do to open them in garageband? thank you

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jeffery11

You can. Once you have them all saved in your vst and component files you go into garage band, then you select an instrument (open up track info if you haven't), then hit that tab that says edit that is next to browse, once you are in there you should see something that says sound generator, click on the drop down menu and you should see the presets near the bottom. I was playing with them earlier today. They were a lot of fun!

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