How to edit MIDI tracks in GarageBand iOS (iPhone/iPad)

How to edit MIDI tracks in GarageBand iOS (iPhone/iPad)

I recorded the MIDI track using a Lightning to USB Adapter and my MIDI keyboard – here are links to the gear I used:
Apple Lightning to USB Adapter (Model No. MD821AM/A) – https://amzn.to/2wg871F
Apple Lightning to USB 3 Adapter (Model No. MD0W2AM/A) – https://amzn.to/2wnyqmL
M-Audio Keystation 49 II – https://amzn.to/2vN5B3E

GarageBand on iPhone or iPad gives you the ability to record up to 32 tracks of audio, including hundreds of virtual instruments. Editing the MIDI information created in your virtual tracks can be challenging however, so here’s a practical guide to editing your MIDI tracks to make them sound polished and professional.

In this video, I show you how to quantize, edit velocity of notes, move notes, delete and add notes and correct the timing of your MIDI notes.

For more on editing MIDI in GarageBand iOS, or creating in GarageBand in general, check out the related videos below.

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