Apple is letting you remix Katy Perry in GarageBand on your iPhone and iPad

If it’s been a Teenage Dream (opens in new tab) of yours to remix Katy Perry, you’ll probably be able to Roar (opens in new tab) your appreciation when you study that Apple is now giving you the chance to place your personal spin on her 2019 single Harleys in Hawaii (opens in new tab) in the iPhone and iPad variations of GarageBand.

This is considered one of two new Remix Periods to be added to the GarageBand Sound Library. The opposite focuses on Ok-pop supergroup Seventeen’s observe, Darl+ing.

Remixes can shortly be created utilizing GarageBand’s Dwell Loops interface, which permits you to mix components of the songs with different loops and components you wish to carry in. Every part is saved in tempo and key, whereas Remix FX allow you to throw filters, repeaters and different ear sweet into the combination, too.

GarageBand Remix Session Katy Perry

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“Harleys in Hawaii has lived so many various lives, from the unique single, to my acoustic potty jam, to sped up, reverb-y variations on TikTok,” says Katy Perry. “There is a lot alternative to remix this music, and I can’t wait to listen to all of the GarageBand evolutions with this Apple collab.”

Seventeen’s Woozi, in the meantime, says: “We love sharing the music-making expertise with our followers. We’ve used GarageBand for years, so it’s an honour to collaborate with Apple on our Remix Session in GarageBand.

“Now our followers can create music the identical means we do. We hope everybody could have enjoyable remixing our music ‘Darl+ing’ with their very own sense of fashion, and we are able to’t await Carats to share their remaining remixes with us and the remainder of the world after they’re executed.”

It’s price noting that whereas these new Remix Periods can be found in the iOS and iPadOS variations of GarageBand, they will’t at the moment be accessed on the Mac. Earlier Remix Periods have come from the likes of Billie Eilish, Khalid, Girl Gaga and Taylor Swift.