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Is it possible to have two versions of Garageband on your computer at the same time? I ask this because I have a studio in my garage that I use and it's a iMac 1.25Ghz and I upgraded to iLife 08' and IT'S SLOW NOW! I used to use iLife 05 on there and it was slick and smooth.

So what my question is, can I install my older version of garageband 2 to use for recording my band and then use my newer version of garageband 5 to mix it down and master it?

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I know you can keep more then one version of garageband on you computer by changing the name of application

(e.g) garageband 2 and name the other one garageband 5

I also know that you can't make a song on a newer version and bring it over to an older version of garageband But I do not know about vice versa.

Here is a website that covers pretty much every garageband question imaginable

GarageBand: FAQ

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Thanks for the information, that should work of me. I changed the name on my Garageband 09 and installed Garageband 04.

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