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Subscribe to Apple Music on iPhone

AppleĀ Music is an ad-free streaming music service that lets you listen to millions of songs and your music library. As a subscriber, you can listen any timeā€”online or offā€”and create your own playlists, stream and download lossless and Dolby Atmos audio files, get personalized recommendations, see music your friends are listening to, watch exclusive video content, and more.

You can subscribe to AppleĀ Music or to AppleĀ One, which includes AppleĀ Music and other services. See the Apple Support article Bundle Apple subscriptions with AppleĀ One.

Note: AppleĀ Music, AppleĀ One, lossless, and DolbyĀ Atmos arenā€™t available in all countries or regions. See the Apple Support article Availability of Apple Media Services.

Subscribe to Apple Music

You can subscribe to AppleĀ Music when you first open the Music app ; to subscribe later, go to SettingsĀ Ā > Music, then tap the subscription button.

New subscribers can start a trial and cancel at any time. If you end your AppleĀ Music subscription, you can no longer stream AppleĀ Music songs or play AppleĀ Music songs you downloaded.

Qualified students can purchase a student subscription at a discounted price. See the Apple Support article Get an AppleĀ Music student subscription.

Share AppleĀ Music with family members

When you subscribe to AppleĀ Music or AppleĀ OneĀ Premier, you can use Family Sharing to share AppleĀ Music with up to five other family members. Your family group doesnā€™t need to do anythingā€”AppleĀ Music is available to them the first time they open the Music app after your subscription begins.

If you join a family group that subscribes to AppleĀ Music or AppleĀ OneĀ Premier, and you already subscribe, your subscription isnā€™t renewed on your next billing date; instead, you use the groupā€™s subscription. If you join a family group that doesnā€™t subscribe, the group uses your subscription.

Note: To stop sharing AppleĀ Music with a family group, you can cancel the subscription, leave the family group, or leave or turn off Family Sharing.

Listen to music shared with you

When a friend shares music with you using the Messages app, you can easily find it in Shared with You in AppleĀ Music. (Music must be turned on in Settings Ā > Messages > Shared with You, and your friend must be in your contacts list in Contacts.)

  1. Open the Music app , then tap Listen Now.

  2. Swipe up to Shared with You, then do any of the following:

    • Tap a song to listen to it.

    • Tap the name of the person, people, or group who shared the song to reply to them using the Messages app. You can also reply while listening to the songā€”tap the name shown above the track.

    • Touch and hold the song to take other actionsā€”for example, add it to your library, create a station, or share it.

Show or hide subscription features

Go to SettingsĀ Ā > Music, then turn Show AppleĀ Music on or off.

Change or cancel your AppleĀ Music subscription

You can change your subscription plan or cancel your subscription.

  1. Tap Listen Now, then tap the My Account button or your profile picture.

  2. Tap Manage Subscription, then follow the onscreen instructions.

If youā€™re not a subscriber, you can use Music to listen to music synced to iPhone from a Mac or a WindowsĀ PC, play and download previous iTunesĀ Store purchases, and listen to AppleĀ MusicĀ 1 for free.

Sours: https://support.apple.com/guide/iphone/subscribe-to-apple-music-iphcfadf0701/ios

Play the Keyboard in GarageBand for iPad

Using the Keyboard Touch Instrument, you can play different keyboards, including grand piano, electric piano, organ, clavinet, and synthesizer, by tapping the keys.

Keyboard Touch Instrument

You can choose a keyboard sound, move higher or lower on the keyboard, hold notes, and change the keyboard layout and size. Some keyboards include controls for pitch bend, modulation, velocity, and other sound parameters. Alchemy synth sounds have an extended set of controls that you can use to customize the sound.

You can now use the chord strips (previously available on the Smart Keyboard) with all keyboard sounds to play chords, bass notes, and comping patterns.

Choose a keyboard sound

  • Tap the name of the sound near the top of the screen, then tap the sound you want to play. You can also swipe left or right to change to the previous or next sound. To view keyboard sounds in a different category, tap one of the category names.

Play higher or lower on the keyboard

  • To move the keyboard by octaves, tap the Octave Down or Octave Up button. To return to the keyboardā€™s middle range, tap the Reset button between the octave buttons. The number on the button shows the current octave transposition.

Hold notes longer

  • Touch and hold the Sustain control as you play. You can also drag the Sustain control to the right to lock it on.

    Organ sounds have a Rotation switch instead of a Sustain control.

Change the keyboard layout and size

  • Tap the Keyboard Options button , then do either of the following:

    • Change the keyboard layout: Tap the single- or double-row keyboard.

    • Change the keyboard size: Tap the small, medium, or large-size keyboard.

      Keyboard layout and size controls

Bend notes and modulate the sound

Some keyboard sounds, including synthesizers and clavs, have pitch bend (Pitch) and modulation (Mod) wheels in the controls area. You can use these to bend notes or change the character of the sound as you play the keyboard.

  • Drag the Pitch wheel up or down to bend the pitch of notes as you play.

  • Drag the Mod wheel up or down to change the sound of the keyboard. Modulation can add vibrato, resonance, or other changes to the sound.

Adjust the touch sensitivity of the keys

Increasing the touch sensitivity makes notes sound louder or softer depending on how hard you tap the keys.

  1. Tap the Keyboard Options button , and turn on Velocity.

  2. Pinch the two ends of the Velocity bar apart to increase the sensitivity range, or pinch them together to decrease the range.

  3. Drag the Velocity bar up or down to move the sensitivity range. This is particularly useful after pinching the ends closer together to limit sensitivity to a narrow range.

Play the keyboard by swiping left or right

You can control the keyboard in different ways by swiping left or right across the keys. By default, swiping horizontally plays notes on the keyboard smoothly. You can change the swiping behavior using the Glissando button.

  • To move higher or lower on the keyboard by swiping across the keys, tap the button until it says Scroll.

  • To return to the default behavior, tap the button until it says Glissando.

  • Some instruments, particularly synthesizers, have a third setting. For these instruments, to slide smoothly between notes (called portamento), tap the button until it says Pitch.

Adjust the sound

Some keyboard sounds, including electric piano, synthesizer, and organ, include knobs or other controls you can use to change the sound while you play. When available, the knobs are labeled with the sound parameters they control. When you record the Keyboard, any movements to the controls are also recorded.

  • Turn the knobs while you play the keyboard, and listen to how the sound changes.

Adjust Alchemy synth sounds

Alchemy synth sounds include additional parameter knobs, the Transform Pad, and XY pads. You can view the other Alchemy synth controls by swiping the controls area left or right.

The Transform Pad has eight sections (called snapshots) that represent a group of settings for the sound of the instrument. You can adjust the sound by tapping a snapshot or dragging the rectangular framing box between the snapshots. When the framing box is over one snapshot, you hear the sound of that snapshot. When the framing box partially covers multiple snapshots, the sound of those snapshots is transformed to create a new sound. The amount that each covered snapshot contributes to the sound is determined by how much of the framing box covers the snapshot.

Keyboard Touch Instrument

Do one of the following:

  • Play using a single snapshot: Tap a snapshot to place the framing box over it.

  • Transform the sound between multiple snapshots: Drag the framing box so that it partially covers the snapshots.

  • Transform the sound using Gyro control: Tap the Gyro Control button above the keyboard and tilt your iPad to move the framing box.

  • Transform the sound using the XY pads:Ā Swipe the controls area left or right to view the XY pads, then drag the pucks on the two XY pads. Moving a puck changes the X and Y axis values on its pad.

Adjust organ sounds

Organ keyboard sounds include drawbars on the left side of the controls area. Drawbars let you quickly change the sound of the organ by adjusting the relative volume of different harmonics or stops. The drawbars are arranged left to right from lower to higher stops; dragging a drawbar down increases the volume of its harmonic, while dragging it up decreases the volume of its harmonic.

You can also control the speed of the rotating speaker effect using the Rotation switch.

  • Make the speaker rotate faster or slower: Drag the Rotation switch right or left.

Adjust the sound with Face Control

If your iPad supports facial recognition, you can add vibrato, resonance, or other changes to some keyboard sounds by moving your mouth while you play.

  1. Hold your iPad 10ā€“20 inches (25ā€“50 cm) away from your face and tap the Face Control button .

    The first time you use Face Control, GarageBand asks for permission to access the camera on your iPad.

  2. As you play, open and close your mouth to change the sound.

  3. To turn Face Control off, tap the Face Control button again.

When playing Alchemy synth sounds, you cannot use Gyro Control and Face Control at the same time.

Note: GarageBand uses ARKit face tracking features to translate your facial expressions into instrument effect controls. Your face information is processed on device, and only music is captured during your performance.

Play the keyboard using a particular scale

  • Tap the Scale button , then tap the scale you want to play.

    After you choose a scale, the keyboard changes to show note bars rather than keys. Tap the bars to play the notes of the scale.

View note labels on the keyboard

You can view note labels for every key on the keyboard.

  1. Close GarageBand.

  2. Open the Settings app, scroll down, then tap GarageBand.

  3. Tap Keyboard Note Labels.

Play arpeggios automatically

The Keyboard Touch Instrument includes an arpeggiator. When you turn on the arpeggiator, chords you play on the keyboard are arpeggiated, or played one note at a time rather than simultaneously.

Note: The arpeggiator is not available for Alchemy synth sounds listed under Arpeggiated.

  • Tap the Arpeggiator button , then tap the Run switch.

    When you turn on the Arpeggiator, other controls appear below the Run switch, letting you set the order, rate, and octave range of arpeggiated notes.

    Keyboard Arpeggiator controls
    • Tap Note Order, then choose the direction of arpeggiated notes.

    • Tap Note Rate, then choose a note value for arpeggiated notes, based on the tempo of the song.

    • Tap the Octave Range up or down arrow to set how many octaves the arpeggio covers.

When the Arpeggiator is turned on, the Sustain control becomes a Latch control. If you touch and hold or lock the Latch control, the current arpeggio keeps playing. Tapping a different key transposes the current arpeggio to start on the tapped note.

Play the keyboard using chord strips

Keyboard chord strips
  • Tap the Chord Strips button to view the chord strips.

Play chords or bass notes with chord strips

  • Play chords higher or lower: Tap one of the five upper segments of a chord strip.

  • Play a bass note or sets of bass notes: Tap one of the three lower segments of a chord strip.

  • Play chords and bass notes together: Tap an upper segment and a lower segment at the same time.

You can add your own custom chords to play.

Play comping patterns

  1. Turn the Autoplay knob to one of the numbered positions.

  2. Tap a segment of one of the chord strips.

    • The upper segments (showing the chord names) play chords and bass notes together.

    • The middle segments play chords only. Tapping with two or three fingers plays variations of the pattern.

    • The lower segments play bass notes only.

  3. Tap the segment again to stop playing the pattern.

Chord strips for monophonic keyboard sounds are not divided into segments. Turn the Autoplay knob to select a pattern that plays when you tap the chord strips. Tapping a different chord strip plays the same pattern with the notes of that chord.

Save your own custom sounds

  1. Modify an existing keyboard sound by adjusting the keyboard controls.

  2. Tap the name of the keyboard sound near the top of the screen, then tap Save.

  3. Type a name for your custom sound, then tap Done.

    The first time you save a custom sound, a new Custom category appears. You can rename or delete the sound by tapping Edit, then tapping the icon (to rename the sound) or the red circle (to delete the sound).

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Play the Keyboard in GarageBand for iPhone

Using the Keyboard Touch Instrument, you can play different keyboards, including grand piano, electric piano, organ, clavinet, and synthesizer, by tapping the keys.

Keyboard Touch Instrument

You can choose a keyboard sound, move higher or lower on the keyboard, hold notes, and adjust other keyboard parameters. Alchemy synth sounds have an extended set of controls that you can use to customize the sound.

You can now use the chord strips (previously available on the Smart Keyboard) with all keyboard sounds to play chords, bass notes, and comping patterns.

Choose a keyboard sound

  • Tap the Navigation button in the control bar, tap the Sounds button, then tap the sound you want to play. You can also swipe left or right on the Sounds button to change to the previous or next sound. To view keyboard sounds in a different category, tap one of the category names.

    Navigation menu

Play higher or lower on the keyboard

  • To move the keyboard by octaves, tap the Octave Down or Octave Up button.

Hold notes longer

  • Touch and hold the Sustain control as you play. You can also drag the Sustain control to the right to lock it on.

    Organ sounds have a Rotation switch instead of a Sustain control.

Adjust the touch sensitivity of the keys

You can set the touch sensitivity for the keyboard to one of four levels. Increasing the touch sensitivity makes notes sound louder or softer depending on how hard you tap the keys. If you turn touch sensitivity off, all notes sound the same regardless of how hard you tap the keys.

  1. Tap the Track Controls button , then tap Track Settings.

    On iPhone SE, iPhone 8, iPhone 7, or iPhone 6s, tap the Settings button in the control bar, tap Track Controls, then tap Track Settings.

  2. Tap Velocity Sensitivity, then tap the sensitivity level you want to use for the keyboard.

Play the keyboard by swiping left or right

You can control the keyboard in different ways by swiping left or right across the keys. By default, swiping horizontally plays notes on the keyboard smoothly. You can change the swiping behavior using the Glissando button.

  • To move higher or lower on the keyboard by swiping across the keys, tap the button until it says Scroll.

  • To return to the default behavior, tap the button until it says Glissando.

  • Some instruments, particularly synthesizers, have a third setting. For these instruments, to slide smoothly between notes (called portamento), tap the button until it says Pitch.

Adjust the sound

Some keyboard sounds, including electric piano, synthesizer, and organ, include knobs or other controls you can use to change the sound while you play. When available, the knobs are located in the controls area, with labels showing the sound parameters they control. When you record the Keyboard, any movements to the controls are also recorded.

3D Touch. On iPhones that support 3D Touch, you can adjust some sounds by varying the pressure on the keyboard while you play.

  • Tap the Controls button , then turn the knobs while you play the keyboard, and listen to how the sound changes.

Adjust Alchemy synth sounds

Alchemy synth sounds include additional parameter knobs, the Transform Pad, and XY pads. You can view the other Alchemy synth controls by tapping the left or right arrows in the controls area.

The Transform Pad has eight sections (called snapshots) that represent a group of settings for the sound of the instrument. You can adjust the sound by tapping a snapshot or dragging the rectangular framing box between the snapshots. When the framing box is over one snapshot, you hear the sound of that snapshot. When the framing box partially covers multiple snapshots, the sound of those snapshots is transformed to create a new sound. The amount that each covered snapshot contributes to the sound is determined by how much of the framing box covers the snapshot.

Keyboard Touch Instrument

Do one of the following:

  • Play using a single snapshot: Tap a snapshot to place the framing box over it.

  • Transform the sound between multiple snapshots: Drag the framing box so that it partially covers the snapshots.

  • Transform the sound using Gyro control: Tap the Gyro Control button above the keyboard and tilt your iPhone to move the framing box.

  • Transform the sound using the XY pads:Ā  Tap the left or right arrows in the controls area to view the XY pads, then drag the pucks on the two XY pads. Moving a puck changes the X and Y axis values on its pad.

Adjust organ sounds

For organ sounds, you can control the speed of the rotating speaker effect using the Rotation switch.

  • Make the speaker rotate faster or slower: Tap the Controls button , then drag the Rotation switch right or left.

Adjust the sound with Face Control

If your iPhone supports facial recognition, you can add vibrato, resonance, or other changes to some keyboard sounds by moving your mouth while you play.

  1. Hold your iPhone 10ā€“20 inches (25ā€“50 cm) away from your face and tap the Face Control button .

    The first time you use Face Control, GarageBand asks for permission to access the camera on your iPhone.

  2. As you play, open and close your mouth to change the sound.

  3. To turn Face Control off, tap the Face Control button again.

When playing Alchemy synth sounds, you cannot use Gyro Control and Face Control at the same time.

Note: GarageBand uses ARKit face tracking features to translate your facial expressions into instrument effect controls. Your face information is processed on device, and only music is captured during your performance.

Play the keyboard using a particular scale

  • Tap the Scale button , then tap the scale you want to play.

    After you choose a scale, the keyboard changes to show note bars rather than keys. Tap the bars to play the notes of the scale.

View note labels on the keyboard

You can view note labels for every key on the keyboard.

  1. Close GarageBand.

  2. Open the Settings app, scroll down, then tap GarageBand.

  3. Tap Keyboard Note Labels.

Play arpeggios automatically

The Keyboard Touch Instrument includes an arpeggiator. When you turn on the arpeggiator, chords you play on the keyboard are arpeggiated, or played one note at a time rather than simultaneously.

Note: The arpeggiator is not available for Alchemy synth sounds listed under Arpeggiated.

  • Tap the Arpeggiator button , then tap the Run switch.

    When you turn on the Arpeggiator, other controls appear below the Run switch, letting you set the order, rate, and octave range of arpeggiated notes.

    Keyboard Arpeggiator controls
    • Tap Note Order, then choose the direction of arpeggiated notes.

    • Tap Note Rate, then choose a note value for arpeggiated notes, based on the tempo of the song.

    • Tap Octave Range, then choose how many octaves the arpeggio covers.

    • To close the Arpeggiator controls, tap Done.

When the Arpeggiator is turned on, the Sustain control becomes a Latch control. If you touch and hold or lock the Latch control, the current arpeggio keeps playing. Tapping a different key transposes the current arpeggio to start on the tapped note.

Play the keyboard using chord strips

Keyboard chord strips
  • Tap the Chord Strips button to view the chord strips.

Play chords or bass notes with chord strips

  • Play chords higher or lower: Tap one of the five upper segments of a chord strip.

  • Play a bass note or sets of bass notes: Tap one of the three lower segments of a chord strip.

  • Play chords and bass notes together: Tap an upper segment and a lower segment at the same time.

You can add your own custom chords to play.

Play comping patterns

  1. Tap the Controls button , turn the Autoplay knob to one of the numbered positions, then tap the Controls button again.

  2. Tap a segment of one of the chord strips.

    • The upper segments (showing the chord names) play chords and bass notes together.

    • The middle segments play chords only. Tapping with two or three fingers plays variations of the pattern.

    • The lower segments play bass notes only.

    To access the full chord strip, tap the Controls button again.

  3. Tap the segment again to stop playing the pattern.

Chord strips for monophonic keyboard sounds are not divided into segments. Turn the Autoplay knob to select a pattern that plays when you tap the chord strips. Tapping a different chord strip plays the same pattern with the notes of that chord.

Save your own custom sounds

  1. Modify an existing keyboard sound by adjusting the keyboard controls.

  2. Tap the Navigation button in the control bar, tap the Sounds button, then tap Save.

  3. Type a name for your custom sound, then tap Done.

    The first time you save a custom sound, a new Custom category appears. You can rename or delete the sound by tapping Edit, then tapping the icon (to rename the sound) or the red circle (to delete the sound).

Sours: https://support.apple.com/guide/garageband-iphone/play-the-keyboard-chs39282dbe/ios

Send animated effects in Messages on iPhone

Use your finger to write a message. The recipient sees the message animate, just as ink flows on paper.

  1. In a conversation, rotate iPhone to landscape orientation.

  2. Tap the Handwriting button on the keyboard.

  3. Write a message with your finger or choose a saved message at the bottom, then tap Done.

  4. Tap the Send button to send your message or the Remove button to cancel.

    The handwriting screen with a handwritten message. Along the bottom, from left to right, are saved messages and the Show Keyboard button.

After you create and send a handwritten message, the message is saved at the bottom of the handwriting screen. To use the saved messages again, tap it. To delete the saved message, touch and hold it until the messages jiggle, then tap the Delete Message button.

Sours: https://support.apple.com/guide/iphone/animate-messages-iph3d4cb79c9/ios

Keypad song iphone

How to play songs on a phone keypad

If you're looking for something to do to amuse yourself, try making phone keypad music. You can do this with a standard push-button phone or a cell phone. You can even play some simple songs by following a few tips. Best of all, in a growing market of cell phone applications that cost money, playing music on a cell phone keypad doesn't cost you anything.

  • If you're looking for something to do to amuse yourself, try making phone keypad music.

Press the number 1. This is your "do" note, or the root of your scale.

Press the number 2. This is your "re" note, or the second notes of your scale.

Press the number 3. This is your "mi" note, or the third note of your scale.

Press 4,5,6, as well as 7,8, and 9. They all play a "do-re-mi" progression, and the notes are only semitones different from the original 1,2,3 combination.

  • This is your "mi" note, or the third note of your scale.
  • They all play a "do-re-mi" progression, and the notes are only semitones different from the original 1,2,3 combination.

Try simple songs such as Mary Had a Little Lamb: 3,2,1,2,3,3,3 2,2,2 3,3,3 3,2,1,2,3,3,3,3, 2,2,3,2,1

Press the "menu" button, followed by "settings."

Press the button for "keypad." Select the option for "xylophone."

Press the 1 button. This is the C note.

Press all of the numbers 1-9 in succession, plus the *, 0 and #. What you will hear is a progression up the C scale: C,D,E,F,G,A,B,C,D,E,F,G

Try some simple songs. Ode to Joy: 7,7,8,9,9,8,7,6,5,5,6,7,7,6,6 7,7,8,9,9,8,7,6,5,5,6,7,6,5,5

Jingle Bells: 3,3,3, 3,3,3, 3,5,1,2,3 4,4,4,4,4,3,3,3,3,3,2,2,3,2,5 3,3,3 3,3,3 3,5,1,2,3 4,4,4,4,4,3,3,3,3,5,5,3,2,1

On cell phones that don't have the xylophone keypad capability, the notes will be the same as those on a standard phone.

Sours: https://www.ehow.co.uk/how_5724494_play-songs-phone-keypad.html
Bohemian Rhapsody on IPhone keypad

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