How do I export GarageBand to Apple music?

Answered by Robert Dupre

To export a song from GarageBand to Apple Music, follow these steps:

1. Open your project in GarageBand on your Mac.

2. Once you are satisfied with your song and ready to export it, click on the “Share” menu in the menu bar at the top of the screen.

3. From the drop-down menu, select “Song to Music.” This will open the Share dialog box.

4. In the Share dialog box, you have the option to rename the shared file if you wish. By default, the song will be named based on your project name, but you can change it by selecting the song name in the Title field and entering a new name.

5. Next, choose the quality of the exported song. You can select either “High Quality (AAC)” or “Compressed (AAC)” depending on your preference and file size requirements. High Quality will result in a larger file size, but better audio quality.

6. If you want to include any metadata like artist name, album name, genre, or artwork, click on the “Metadata” button. Fill in the relevant information and add artwork if desired. This step is optional but can enhance the listening experience for your audience.

7. Once you are ready, click on the “Share” button in the Share dialog box.

8. GarageBand will then export your song and create an AAC file. The exported file will be saved to your iTunes library automatically.

9. open the Music app on your Mac. You should see your exported song listed in your library under the “Songs” tab. You can now play, organize, and sync your exported song with your other Apple devices via Apple Music.

That’s it! You have successfully exported your GarageBand song to Apple Music. Now you can enjoy your music and share it with your friends, family, or even distribute it online.

I hope this detailed explanation helps you navigate the process smoothly. If you encounter any difficulties or have further questions, feel free to ask.