You can share a song as a GarageBand project or as an audio file. You can also send a song in an email, share it to nearby devices using AirDrop, or use it as a ringtone. If you have set up iCloud, you can also Use iCloud to share songs between devices. You can import a GarageBand song created on another iPad or iPhone. You can add, edit, and arrange new tracks in GarageBand for iPhone. When you reopen the project in Logic Pro or GarageBand for Mac, the new tracks are added to the original project.
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Learn how to change the sound that you hear when you get a call, text, email, or other notification on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Choose from a variety of built-in sounds or buy ringtones from the iTunes Store. Store availability and features might vary by country or region. If you created a custom ringtone in an app, like Garageband, you can sync it to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch using iTunes for Windows or the Finder on a Mac. Use tones and ringtones with your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch Learn how to change the sound that you hear when you get a call, text, email, or other notification on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Under Sounds and Vibrations Patterns, tap the sound that you want to change. Tap a ringtone or alert tone to hear and set it as the new sound. Set a ringtone or text tone for a contact Open the Contacts app and tap a person's name. In the upper-right corner of the person's contact card, tap Edit.
GarageBand User Guide for iPhone
Use Shazam to find out what you're hearing on the radio, in a store, or anywhere else you hear a song. Shazam never saves or stores what it hears. After Shazam identifies a song, the song is saved in your Shazam Library:. There, you can adjust Shazam settings:. Shazam needs access to the microphone on your device to hear what you're listening to. On iPhone or iPad, open Settings, scroll down to the installed apps and tap Shazam, then turn on Microphone. Still need help? Contact Apple Support.
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