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Thursday, 4 September 2014

fixed1t Garageband 10 Song - Audio Error Detector

The fixed1t Garageband 10 Song - Audio Error Detector is now being used by Garageband 10 users to detect, display, copy or move damaged audio files from broken Garageband Songs by analysing the Garageband Song and displaying the good and damaged samples, loops and audio in the song.

Garageband 10 Song - Audio Error Detector Analysing A Corrupt Song File
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Identifying the damaged files is vital for the successful recovery of a corrupt or damaged Garageband Song.

Here is a fixed1t youtube video of a simple cut and paste fix which I discovered works on very simple cases.  I will be posting some additional new short videos on how to repair simple errors in these damaged files.  I will announce them on this blog so you may want to subscribe if you haven't already.

If you have any questions or queries then please feel free to post them on this Blog and I will endeavour to answer them.


Sunday, 31 August 2014

Garageband 10 8-bit Audio file Error Correction

There are now to distinct methods for resolving the Garageband 8bit error problem and other audio errors.  Which one is write for you is dependent on version of Garageband you are running.

If you are running Garageband 10 on Mac osX 10.9 then you should go to the Garageband 10 fix page using the link below.

Click on here to link to the new Garageband 10 on Mac osX 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9 system.

There are a number of videos on this webpage you will find of use and a link to purchase a cheap 'starter' copy of the software.

There are also videos on using the Garageband 10 version on the following blog pages:

Garageband 10 Part 1

Garageband 10 Part 2

Thanks fixed1t

Wednesday, 16 July 2014

Garageband 8-bit Song Error - Part 2 The fixed1t Garageband 10 Basic Err...

Identifying corrupt and 8-bit audio files and samples in a Garageband Song  just got easier with the release of the fixed1t Garageband 10 Song - Audio Error Detector


Monday, 14 July 2014

Fixing A Garageband 10 8bit Song Error - Part 2 The Basic Error Detector

Repairing Garageband 10 Song files Part 2 - The Software required to identify broken audio and samples files with a Garageband 10 Song file.

Why do it manually in hours when you can do it automatically?


Tuesday, 8 July 2014

Tuesday, 8 April 2014

Fixing Garageband 8-bit Error Audio Files - continued

A number of people have contacted me recently to try the fixed1t fixer which was created initially as a part of a suite of Garageband programs.  As part of the suit all users became aware of the need to perform a Save As on the Garageband file and save it as an archive, by ticking the archive box.

However new users, weren't aware of this, if you don't archive you don't export the audio files.  A good indicator of this is if the file is less than 5 meg, the it has no audio files.

Therefore users of the Trial 8-bit fixer need to do this, here is a blog entry I did specifically to address this issue:

It is also important, especially with the newer version of garageband to identify the damaged files, and as Apple have move to an all 'AIFF' design then the fixed1t datalister does an excellent job at spotting and displaying them

Regards Malcolm