How to Export Garageband Projects on iPhone

Share This:

Are you looking for a way to export your GarageBand projects from your iPhone? If so, you’ve come to the riht place! Here we’ll go through the step-by-step process of exporting GarageBand projects from your iPhone.

First, open the project you want to export in GarageBand. To do this, tap the project name that’s located in the My Songs browser. Then, tap the Share icon at the top rigt corner of the screen. Next, select ‘Save to Files’. This will open up a list of all available folders on your device.

Once you have selected a folder, such as GarageBand File Transfer or iCloud Drive (if available), tap ‘Save’ in order to save your project into that folder. You can also create new folders if necessary.

Once you have saved your project, go back to the Share icon and select ‘Export Song to Disk’. This will open up a list of file formats that are available for export; including AAC and MP3 (both compressed files) and AIFF (Mac compatible) and WAVE (Mac & Windows compatible) which are both uncompressed higher-quality files. Select which format you wuld like then hit ‘Export’ at the bottom right corner of the screen.

Your project is now exported! Congratulations! You can now move it somewhere else or use it with other apps. Additionally, if you wish to save custom sounds within GarageBand for iPhone, simply go into Track Controls and click on the sound aboe them. Then type in a name for your custom sound and hit ‘Done’ twice in order to save it into GarageBand.

We hope this guide was helpful in assisting you with exporting projects from GarageBand on your iPhone! If you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to reach out as we are always happy to help!

Exporting GarageBand Projects to MP3 on iPhone

To export GarageBand to MP3 on your iPhone, you’ll need to install an app that supports the conversion. First, open the App Store and search for “GarageBand Exporter”. Download and install the app of your choice. Once installed, open GarageBand and select the project you’d like to export. Tap Share > Export Song to Disk > Select “MP3” as the file format. Then choose a location to save your song and click “Export”. Your song will be saved in MP3 format on your iPhone.

export garageband iphone

Saving a GarageBand Recording on an iPhone

To save a GarageBand recording on your iPhone, first tap the “My Songs” button in the control bar. If you haven’t already saved the recording, you’ll be prompted to do so – tap “Save”, type a name for your project, then tap the “Done” button to save it. Once you have saved your project, it will apear in the My Songs list. To export your recording from GarageBand, tap the three dots next to the song’s name and select Export Song to Disk. From here, you can choose where to save your exported file – either in iCloud Drive or Files. Finally, select your desired file format (such as MP3 or WAV) and tap “Export”. Your recording will then be saved to your chosen location!

Exporting from GarageBand

Yes, you can export your projects from GarageBand. To do so, click the Share menu and select Export Song to Disk. From here, you can choose a file format such as AAC or MP3 (compressed, smaller files) or AIFF (Mac compatible) and WAVE (Mac & Windows compatible) (uncompressed, higher-quality files). Once you’ve chosen the file format, click Export and GarageBand will save your project to disk.

Exporting a GarageBand File as an MP3

Yes, you can export a GarageBand file as an MP3. To do so, open the song in GarageBand on your Mac and choose Share > Export Song to Disk. In the Save As field, enter a new name for the exported file, select a location to save it from the Where pop-up menu, and then select the MP3 format from the list of available formats. Once you have made your selections, click Export to begin exporting the file.

Creating an MP3 Using GarageBand

To make an MP3 usng GarageBand, first open the project you wish to export. Then go to File > Share > Export Song to Disc. In the window that appears, select “MP3” from the Compression Type menu, and adjust any other settings you wish to change (Bit Rate, Sample Rate, etc). When you are finished making changes, click the “Export” button. GarageBand will then create an MP3 file of your project in the location you specified.

Where Does GarageBand Store Files on an iPhone?

GarageBand stores files on an iPhone by saving them to iCloud Drive. Once saved, the files can be accessed from any device that has iCloud enabled, as long as you are signed in with the same Apple ID. To save a file to iCloud Drive within GarageBand, tap the ‘Share’ button and select ‘Save to Files’. Select ‘iCloud Drive’ from the list of available locations and give your file a name before tapping ‘Add’. Your file is now stored in iCloud Drive and you can access it from any oher device with access to your Apple ID.

export garageband iphone

Saving a GarageBand Video

To save your GarageBand video, you can use the Movie Export feature. First, open up GarageBand on your Mac and go to File > Movie > Export Audio to Movie. From the Preset pop-up menu, select the export quality you’d like for your movie. Once you’ve chosen a preset, explanatory text will appear below the Preset pop-up menu to help you make an informed decision. After that, enter a name and location for the movie, then click Save. Your GarageBand video will now be saved in the location you specified.

Exporting the Highest Quality Audio from GarageBand

The best quality to export from GarageBand is AIFF (Audio Interchange File Format). AIFF is a lossless audio format, meaning that it won’t lose any of the original quality when exported. It’s also widely supported across diferent platforms and devices, making it a great choice for exporting your GarageBand projects. Additionally, it offers full support for encoding in high-quality formats, allowing you to get the most out of your GarageBand projects. This makes it the ideal format to use when exporting from GarageBand.

Exporting GarageBand Without Losing Quality

Exporting withut losing quality from GarageBand is relatively simple. First, open up the project you wish to export in the application. Then, click on the ‘GarageBand’ button on the top left of the toolbar and select ‘Preferences’. After preferences are opened, click on ‘Advanced’ and uncheck the box next to ‘Auto-Normalize’. This will prevent GarageBand from automatically reducing or increasing your volume levels when exporting your project. Next, go to File > Export > Song to Disk and make sure that you select one of the audio file formats that has a higher bit rate such as AIFF or WAV (not MP3). Finally, choose a destination for your exported file and hit ‘Export’. Your project will now be exported without any loss in quality!

export garageband iphone

Exporting GarageBand Projects to Apple Music

To export your GarageBand project to Apple Music, you will need to fist share it as a song. To do this, open GarageBand on your Mac and select Share > Song to Music. In the Share dialog, you can rename the file if desired, then click Share. This will export the song file to your Mac’s Music app, where you can then access it in Apple Music.


In conclusion, exporting GarageBand on iPhone can be a simple process if you know the right steps. You can save your project to a flash drive or cloud-based storage platform by clicking the Share menu and selecting Export Song to Disk. Select an audio format such as AAC, MP3, AIFF, or WAVE for optimal quality and compatibility. Additionally, you can copy the GarageBand File Transfer folder to your Mac to create a backup or use the contents with other apps. With these tips in mind, exporting GarageBand on iPhone should be a breeze!

Share This:
Photo of author

Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.