The track names, icons, buttons, etc. are absolutely to the left of the audio waveforms in GarageBand.
Considering both Cubase and Digital Performer have in-DAW pitch detection (as does Autotune), I'm sure that all of these algorithms are different enough that they can get away with it.I wonder what is different about the Apple method VS the Celemony method, since I'm pretty darn sure Celemony would already have they way patented. Or are we going to be in the middle of another Apple VS (name company here, Samsung being the one I know about) fight over technology?
Yes but the two channelstrips (with vertical faders and plugin slots and sends) to the left of the tracks are found only in Logic, unless I am missing something in GarageBand v.6.05 (in which case I would greatly appreciate a hard proof, such as a picture, and a way to make it show on my MBP)...The track names, icons, buttons, etc. are absolutely to the left of the audio waveforms in GarageBand.