In this GarageBand for iOS quick tip video, I show you how to turn on the keyboard note labels for the keyboard touch instrument in GarageBand on iPad and iPhone.
The setting is located in the global GarageBand settings, which are in the standard iOS settings app on your iPhone or iPad. Just scroll down on the left and find “GarageBand”, then enable the slider for “Keyboard Note Labels” and you are done!
Keyboard note labels were added in the version 2.3.4 update of GarageBand, so if you are running previous versions, update to the latest version to enable this feature.
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