Just 11 days after GarageBand was officially released on the iPad, Apple have conceded that the music created so far has been "really terrible".
"It's early days yet. We expected some poor tunes to start with," a spokesman told theVoiceofReason.com. "But having said that, we were expecting one or two good tunes by now, but so far absolutely nothing."
Even the automated feature where you can set some presets and GarageBand makes a tune out of it have not come anywhere near expectations.
A person in the know told this website that most of the music submitted by iPad owners to the official website was either 'overly plonky', 'boingy', 'grating', massively over-drummed, or 'sounded like the tablet had been dropped half way through the tune'.
"But on the positive side, a few tunes had at least one note from Clare de lune, the piano classic", said a cheerleader.
Referring to the music made so far, a music critic told this website:
"It's like listening to the world's worst amateur radio station. Thankfully there isn't an iPad app to simulate a radio dj yet."
Howard Stern was taking a shower when we called him.