How to use Undo and Redo in GarageBand iOS (iPhone/iPad)

How to use the undo and redo features in GarageBand iOS to help correct errors and mistakes in your GarageBand projects on iPad and iPhone.

Being able to undo our mistakes in GargaeBand iOS is super powerful and gives the freedom to try different things without risk of permanently changing our projects.

Covered in this video:
1. Using undo
2. Using redo
3. Limit of number of undo/redo
4. What does and does not support undo
5. Version control and duplicating songs
6. Undo does not stay in memory after you close a song
7. Shake to undo

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